I was planning to connect one exclusively for lan transfers and another one hooked to a separate wireless router. Will adding a 2nd network card improve local network transfer speed This sounds really noobie of me but is it possible to improve local network transfer speed by adding a 2nd network card. I can understand that though because it might have a wireless card that does not support higher speeds. In this case, I am trying to transfer pictures from one of my XP systems to my Windows 7 Home Premium system over my wired network. That is the driver I have installed. Don’t know where to start. But not with 7 involved.
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In this case, I am trying to transfer pictures from one of my XP systems to my Windows 7 Home Premium system over my wired network.
Similar help and support threads. Yes they do Support high speed As for reception have no problems there either I doubt it is a Driver issue.
Think it is the card? XP drivers for DW When I go to transfer the 47 pictures that I want, it Both of these machines have a good connection to the network; they both get the best download speeds I can expect. I have not checked though because I never use it anymore. I think I saw it once hit close to 50 but I might be mistaken.
I have been experiencing slow internet speeds lately and thought the cause might have been the internet provider Mediacom.
The easiest option would be to get a new USB Adapter they are really cheap Think it is the card I have then? Find More Posts by knagel. What do I need to do to achieve a higher download speed?
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I have a NAS with ahteros files on it because of this I want to have a fast intern network. Find More Posts by maxie. That is the driver I have installed.
Is that from the Dell Website? Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. I have the newest driver loaded and I am not experiencing low signal, just slow speeds.
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The upload speed is right in line where it should be based on the internet plan I am on. I am from the Iowa, United States. I athedos about 25 to 30′ line of sight. I can understand that though because it might have a wireless card that does not support higher speeds.
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The laptop can only reach mid 20s. I did notice the only laptop I have which is a dinosaur running XP that wired it is 94Mbps but wirelessly it is also way slow like my Dell.
As I do not know what part of the World you reside in The ew1525 are up to date based off the Dell website and by going to configure the card and selecting drivers and update driver over the internet. Welcome to Seven Forums Will adding a 2nd network card improve local network transfer speed This athsros really noobie of me but is it possible to improve local network transfer speed by adding a 2nd network card.
It is the Atheros DW wireless card with the 2 antennas. It is just the download speed I am having trouble with. Slow transfer speed over network Hi All, Here is my problem.