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How do I transfer files from my Windows XP desktop to my Windows 8 laptop? 

by on June 3, 2013

Q: I have a wifi home network up and running, and now I need to know exactly what to do to get files transferred to and from Windows XP desktop and Windows 8 laptop. It would also be nice to send chat messages, etc. Which button do I push first?


Can the owner of the WiFi I connect to see my history on the WiFi? 

by on May 30, 2013

Q: Can my recent WiFi history be discovered by the host of the WiFi?


Does disabling bluetooth on my laptop improve my WiFi? 

by on May 27, 2013

Q: does disabling bluetooth on my asus g74sx improve my wifi at all


Is there a way for me to amplify the hotels WiFi signal? 

by on February 28, 2013

Q: I have to travel and stay at a hotel where wi-fi is very weak. I have to go out on the porch to get a good signal! Is there any device which would amplify the signal?


How can I boost a WiFi signal so I can get access a house over? 

by on February 27, 2013

Q: My neighbor has wifi and I can use their unsecured band on my porch. However when I go inside the signal is to weak for me to use. Is there a device i can get to boost my neighbors signal so I can use it inside?


Is there anyway I can have WiFi with a dialup connection? 

by on February 21, 2013

Q: I live in a rural area, no wireless internet available, have dial internet service and was wondering if there was anyway I could have WIFI?


Is there anyway to get the WiFi LED indicator to stop blinking on my Compaq NX6310 running Ubuntu? 

by on January 10, 2013

Q: How do I stop the WiFi LED indicator from constantly blinking. Compaq nx6310 w/ Ubuntu 10.04 O.S.


How come I have to reboot my computer to get it to connect to WiFi again? 

by on January 5, 2013

Q: My wireless connection drops out and won’t reconnect unless I restart the laptap.

I’m computer stupid, so please bear with me.

In the last couple of months, my wireless connection has been failing. It used to connect for about 16 hours at a time and then the connection would drop. The computer then couldn’t find any wireless networks (and there are dozens around me, not just my own). Restarting would “fix” the issue. Now, I can stay connected for about two hours before I have to restart.

I know it isn’t my internet because my phone remains connected. Is this a dying network card? The laptop is a Toshiba Satellite and about three years old. I have scanned using many programs (Malwarebytes, Spyware, AVG, Kaspersky) and there aren’t any viruses or anything.

I can’t seem to find an answer to this anywhere. If someone could help, it would be great. I really don’t want to buy a new laptop right now.


Why can’t visitors connect their devices to my wireless home network even after I provide the password? 

by on January 1, 2013

Q: Why can’t visitors connect their devices to my wireless home network even after I provide the password


How come my computer does not recognize the Ethernet connection on my motherboard? 

by on December 18, 2012

Q: I recently built myself a respectable little gaming PC. It has a fancy mb which has its own built in WiFi card, which also comes with an external WiFi antenna. Since where I had to place my PC was so far away from our router, the download times for anything were very incredibly slow. So, I decided I wanted to get a nice long ethernet cable to plug into the PC for a good hardwire connection. Once I had done so, however, I noticed the motherboard didn’t recognize how it was supposed to use the ethernet plug. Some poking around lead me to believe that the drivers for the plug weren’t installed. Could you please point me towards where I could get the drivers for this? The motherboard is an Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe Wireless Edition. Please note that I have no DVD drive right now, and that looking through the files of the DVD I got (On my crap-top) has led me to the conclusion that such drivers never existed there in the first place.