04-01-2013 07:43 AM
I have had my DV6T for around 4 months now and I only recently noticed that my computer is only recieving a signal of 54 mbps. I figured it was my router so I went out and bout a brank new Netgear N900 Dual Band, which should give me up to 300 mbps. I figured all the computers in my house were connecting at this speed but it turns out this is not true, my mother has an older HP laptop around 2 years older and it is recieving at 150 MBPS. I called HP and they said it was my router that was broken, i called Netgear they said it was my service provider that was broken, i called my service provider and they said my computer was broken.
I just want to get a better internet signal considering i spend a good amount of money on this computer/router.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
06-25-2013 03:22 PM
Hello Echo_cn. I understand you're having some problems connecting via 802.11n.
What is the make and model of your router?
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12-28-2013 07:31 PM
I too have a Ralink RT5390 wireless adapter in my Pavillion G6 laptop. I downloaded the latest driver installation package from the new site, double-checked that my security setting was set to WPA-2 Personal, and tried fooling around with some of the settings, but I still cannot get more than 54 Mbps connection, even sitting right next to my new Gigabit , three antenna router. I'm getting 150 Mbps from my old Acer netbook in the same location. There has to be something wrong.
01-11-2014 06:10 PM
I had the same problem. I managed to fix it after full deleting driver in Device manager and then windows reinstalled driver by itself. That driver worked - driver version 184.108.40.206, driver date 05.03.2012
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