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Author Topic: What is the normal Speed for a laptop ?  (Read 3453 times)

grezo

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What is the normal Speed for a laptop ?
« on: March 06, 2010, 04:38:02 AM »

Hi!
I have the standard settings on my wireless network.  See the link below.
I have 100/10 mbit/s at home and my wired desktop computer gets 95/18,5 mbit/s
How much should my laptop get? I have a HP 1090eo with vista and it supports 802.11n

http://i730.photobucket.com/albums/ww309/Grezo/wireless.jpg?t=1267879038
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lizzi555

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Re: What is the normal Speed for a laptop ?
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2010, 02:29:56 AM »

If you want to use wireless with 11N only, change encryption settings to WPA2 only and AES !
Highest internal speeds I achieve here are up to 130 mbit/s.
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grezo

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Re: What is the normal Speed for a laptop ?
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2010, 06:39:09 AM »

If you want to use wireless with 11N only, change encryption settings to WPA2 only and AES !
Highest internal speeds I achieve here are up to 130 mbit/s.
yeah but when i change the setting then it comes a message that says...
Warnings were raised as a result of configuration changes.

You should examine these warnings, because some features may have been disabled or modified.

Changing wireless security settings may cause Wi-Fi protected Setup to not function as expected.
Some configuration changes have an effect upon other system settings. Those changes may impact in a negative way, raising warnings that need to be communicated to you. A warning may indicate a feature has been modified, or even disabled, to match the new operating conditions.



Is it recommended to do this ?
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