Barb, The equipment is sitting there - not being used - sitting in front of
the bedroom window. The router is located in the adjacent bedroom so the
equipment isn't exactly between the router and computer. I just thought it
odd that the date they parked this stuff on the lot my internet connection
Michael, I tried your suggestion and changed to Channel 1 and to Channel 11
(default was Channel 6). Unfortunately, I still could not connect.
Would it be a waste of time to download the latest version of the internal
network device driver? I would have to download it to my laptop and copy it
to a CD in order to get it to the other computer.
Your help is greatly appreciated!
"Barb Bowman" wrote:
> if the equipment is between the computer and the wireless, router,
> yes. and, if they are running equipment that uses the 2.4GHz band,
> On Mon, 16 Jun 2008 12:07:22 -0700, merry dove
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >I am going to humiliate myself and ask the
> >stupidest question ever - the same day it quit working, some very large
> >construction equipment was parked in an empty lot next door to us. Could
> >this interfere with any signals?
> Barb Bowman