Windows 10: Windows 10 Not Receiving 5GHz Wi-Fi
It is a Linksys AE3000 card which is capable of doing N900 but the router type is not listed, if it not a N900 capable router then you will only ever see between 50 to 150. If your router can do AC then get a new adapter, one specifically designed for AC. What router do you have?
OK, now I understand where you're coming from. Newer 802.11g products are advertised/described as "dual band" and do indeed go to both frequencies. Older devices do not. People need to be aware of what they've got, or take the time to dig into device info for the NIC or router to see what's what. "Nuff said.
Just wondered if anybody can help me sort out this problem which I have.
I have Bt infinity 2 with a BT hub 5 router which enables me to have either a 2.4 GHZ or a 5GHZ wifi my problem is that it see's and connects to the 2.4GHZ ...
i updated to windows 10 for 7 today, and everything works fine expt one thing..
the windows 10 cant see the 5ghz network and i dont know whay..
when i used the windows 7, its show me the 5ghz network, but not when im using the windows...
I have a Latitude E5450 laptop running Windows 10 with the latest update. Recently I have started getting the blue screen of death very often (several times a day) with various errors.
I have tried a tool called "BlueScreenView", the...
Any ideas on this?
AC600 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter Archer T2U - Welcome to TP-LINK
Worked fine in Windows 8.1
I would like to enable the 5Ghz option on my router, however when I do this my PC is not detecting the network, however my phone and Xbox are, I read on the internet that 802.11n internet is able to use 5Ghz. I feel like I missed a...