I have a NAS with big files on it because of this I want to have a fast intern network. The laptop can only reach mid 20s. I have a Netgear R nighthawk router and I have upgraded my internet through my provider to Mbs download speed. I did notice the only laptop I have which is a dinosaur running XP that wired it is 94Mbps but wirelessly it is also way slow like my Dell. Think it is the card? When I go to transfer the 47 pictures that I want, it Do the USB adapters support high speeds and have decent range of reception?
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Don’t know where to start. Think it is the card I have then? Yes they do Support high speed XP drivers for DW Slow transfer speed over network Hi All, Here is my problem. Similar help and support threads.
Find More Posts by maxie. How ever lets see if the Driver in the Link below makes any difference But not with 7 involved.
Have been reading lots of Posts on the Dell Website about your Card I have a Netgear R nighthawk router and I have upgraded my internet through my wla to Mbs download speed.
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DW network card in Dell XPS slow speed Solved – Windows 7 Help Forums
But when I try to transfer files The drivers are up to date based off the Dell website and by going to configure the card and selecting drivers and update driver over the internet.
The upload speed is right in line where it should be based on the internet plan I am on.
Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. I can understand that though because it might have a wireless card that does not support higher speeds.
As I do not know what part of the World you reside in Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. I was planning to connect one exclusively for lan transfers and another one hooked to a separate wireless router.
Dell Wireless 1525 (DW1525)
Welcome to Seven Forums Between the XP systems, things run fairly quick. Is that from the Dell Website? I have been experiencing slow internet speeds lately and thought the cause might have been the internet provider Mediacom.
The time now is I have not checked though because I never use it anymore. I am from the Iowa, United States.
I need a driver for DW1525 (802.11n) WLAN PCIe Card
Page 1 of 2. I did notice the only laptop I have which is a dinosaur running XP that wired it is 94Mbps but wirelessly it is also way slow like my Dell. In this case, I am trying to transfer pictures from one of my XP systems to my Windows 7 Home Premium system over my wired network. Think it is the card? I doubt it is a Driver issue. wan
I don’t know what the wired results are on this computer as there is no way to hook it up wired unless I take an hour and move everything in to the room with my modem and router or I get a 30′ Ethernet dlan. What do I need to do to achieve a higher download speed?
The laptop uses wi-fi and the PC is wired. I’m thinking I either need a new computer or at least a new card?