Draft-N is much faster and has a much wider range than Wireless-G. Thanks a bunch these responses really helped. Danishblunt Dec 11, Nauzhror Nov 30, I have it installed on my dvt, love it.
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Sid1Jun 10, Yes, my password is: Replace Alienware 15 R2 wireless card, possible? Here is the big thing that the wireless router companies are saying about Draft-N being “draft”: And this may not even be possible for some cards.
Wireless-G is enough for most people. You must log in or sign up to reply here. It will increase the speed slightly.
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The only reason that I would tell you to get the is because the has been know to disconnect from networks randomly. StormJumper Nov 10, The will probably not increase speed any ang it is using the same standard any other The only reason you would get a Draft-N card is if you every found a Draft-N network that you wanted to connect to.
Draft-N is exactly what the name says: Do you already have an account? They are about the sizes of a small flash drive.
And I also hear draft N has issues? Question 1 What it is referring to by saying “much faster” and “wider range” is when the card is used with a Wireless-N router it will be faster and cover a wider area than a Wireless-G router.
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All in all, the computer you have configured above is a strong buy and you will be very happy with it. Thanks a bunch these responses really helped. Kontralien Oct 11, Parents asked me for some help with home wireless; need some afn ApostateTapirDec 10,in forum: KontralienOct 11,in forum: Nauzhror Nov 30, This is easier said than done if you have no idea what the BIOS is however, you can ask for help in this forum and someone would step you through it.
Danishblunt Dec 11, If so, what standard is it using a,b,g?
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However, the problem may be fixed now or it may be fixed with an update later. You will be able to update the card with a BIOS update went Look at the name and you will find the standards each adapter supports ABG Supports LiveDesignJun 10, You should be fine no matter which wireless card you pick.
In the short run it may seem like a good idea but in the long run, not so much. I have heard it is very buggy and not very stable for most people.
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That leads to 2 gan questions: Other than that congratulations on your new notebook purchase. Go with 11n as sooner or later you will be moving to it.
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