Let me explain bellow. I’m now trying to find a different make combi wifi card to try. I contacted the representative and asked ii they can install another model of Intel Wireless-N series adapter. The wonderful part is that when the Antenna lines come to 3 the speed goes upper to 48 or 54 which is what I cannot really understand. After updating the driver fluctuation is now reduced. Also a week I replaced my router with a I will try to find later driver.
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I can watch the speed of both inbuilt and usb adaptor and the inbuilt is up and down while the usb is static at full speed. Even if I could connect it had a awful signal and speed fluctuation. One thing I have had a few times when trying driver updates is the BSOD resulting in a system restore.
My Amilo Pro connects to fujktsu wireless network on my desk with no issue and works fine and the speed and signal is fixed at 54Mbps. Let me know your idea. Excuse me for long writing. I’ve put the N back in, and continue to use a USB wireless adaptor which is far more stable.
And then wifi worked perfectly. My internet is 30mb cable and with the USB I can download at fullspeed, The inbuilt adaptor is very eratic. It is just right now being used here by6 my father.
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They MUST consider free wireless adapter upgrade. The driver version installed is The Centrino’s just seem to have lots of problems, google brings up plenty of them.
At first days I had purchased, it was connecting hardly and I needed to carry it to a nearer place to connect and after returning to the desk it either remained connected and working or got disconnected.
I have bought a new Lifebook AH a month ago and I have too many wonderful issues with its wireless adapter since I have purchased.
The current version of my driver is I have now installed the lated driver for my wireless adapter from Intel’s website. It’s a very common problem google N brings up no end of complaints. Is this adapter poor totally?
Searching various forums once again brought up many unanswered queries concerning the same problem. Also they say taht fluctuation was exist with new card but it is normal as they can see such fluctuation on some other AH notebooks.
And most of time i have speed of 12Mbps with 4 Antenna lines. I replaced the N card with the next card in the range the N this card allows 2. Users browsing this forum: I uninstalled all the fujitsu applications regarding power handling and power saving and whatnot, and then i configured the windows power plan advanced – wireless adapter power saving – and set all to maximum performance eg.
They can release another adapter to representatives so they can replace customers notebooks with another adapter model.
The wonderful part is that when the Antenna lines come to 3 the speed goes upper to 48 or 54 which is what I cannot fujitsh understand. Let me explain bellow. Also I have a WiFi enabled phone which works well at the same place. On the fujitsu website there are two different versions and maybe also on the Intel Website itself.
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We have all paid a lot and expected to have perfect hardware. Did the service store tried to reproduce the problem with their own wlan network so fuuitsu you know if the problem also appears at another wlan network? But yet sometimes, every few minutes not secondsfluctuates to 18 and I’ve tried pretty much any fix I’ve seen mentioned, from disabling bluetooth which shares the adaptor, installing latest drivers and software, cleaning registry. It can go from over mbps to 40’s.
Also many times the ping time to my modem is about 30ms, 40ms or higher and even ms.