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Veeeeery slow Wireless G file transfer speed

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Hello,

I have a BIG problem. I have a netbook running Windows 7 and it is connected to the home network with Wireless G-speed. But when I run benchmark software, the file transferrate is as low as 4Mbps. That's even too slow to stream MP3-files!

I need your help!!!!

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Interesting, maybe try reinstalling drivers? See if that's the problem.
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4Mbps is not too slow to stream MP3s. Of course depending on the encoding.

You'll never get 54Mbps, sorry. You just can't. With interference, encryption and natual losses all fighting agaisnt you.
    
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I agree that I'll not get 54 mbps, but I hoped for around 20? That would be high enough to stream some music and get a higher speed while copying files throught the network....
I'll try to reinstall drivers first... Any other suggestions?

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Test your connection without any encryption, obviously don't leave it like that. If your performance greatly increases, time for a new router or NIC.
    
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I agree that I'll not get 54 mbps, but I hoped for around 20? That would be high enough to stream some music and get a higher speed while copying files throught the network....
I'll try to reinstall drivers first... Any other suggestions?

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With my old G setup, I got 6MAX over wifi. Even with my n+ i dont get anything usable for big filess over wifi. For me, Its just not doable
   
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Interference can be a huge cause, like 2.4Ghz wireless phones, walls etc. Not to mention, the Half PCIe wireless cards in netbooks are low powered ones, so they aren't too great. If you can, replace it.
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With new drivers and no encryption, the connection is now 4.2 Mbps.... Lol
    
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With new drivers and no encryption, the connection is now 4.2 Mbps.... Lol
What benchmark software can I ask?
   
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What about wireless signal? Any good? Maybe try switching wireless channel on your router.
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