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#1 x2p


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Posted 30 March 2006 - 07:17 PM

hrmm, somethin i feel is worth mentioning, one thing i noticed which is amazingly superior in xp64 is wireless networking, now this may sound odd, but once i finally found a wireless card that works in xp, i can't help but notice xp64 the wireless is far more stable, i usually get a siginal strength of 92% according to the little wireless utility, in xp32 i generally never get above 44%, also xp32 the connection will go upto 24Mbps, but as soon as you start using it drops to either 1,2 or 5.5 and the speed seems to drop.

in xp64 it generally always stays very fast and high strength, i'm guessing its more of a driver issue, but its the same card, but i've noticed i can move my router further away and xp32 won't pick it up at all, but xp64 will and stay a good connection?

anyone else noticed this?

Im Using Belkin 54g Products

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Posted 31 March 2006 - 11:35 AM

mmm, interesting. Sounds cool, hope its true because after i get an origami i want to get a 64bit Laptop :lol:

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