Thanks again for all your help!!! It could be either of the following problems: 1. If still same result, you may need to contact Netgear support for debugging. But before you go ask Google for this info, go find the box in which your router came. You may select the best 5Ghz channel for your location. So that is why I was hoping someone here could give me some advice on what was wrong.
The first is the theoretical reason, that the wireless card claims to support both A and N. In the settings, under advanced, there is an option that allows you to choose your wireless mode. Also I've never set up a router so I wouldn't know how to change router settings. Test your connection with the router in different locations and orientations. Nothing you can do about it now other than to replace the wireless card with a better one. If your laptops are unable to detect any wireless networks, press 'Fn' + 'F2' to enable wireless. So something else is kicking you offline but it has nothing to do with using the 2.
All he would say is well if 2. I did enable the gaming as well. The connection link speed is 54Mbps, but I can only get 3-4Mbps throughput from the wireless. One day, it just stopped letting me find network. Idk but my family is always using the router so messing with it probably isn't an option. Please note though that each step is a separate attempt to fix the issue. So, if your router enables both the bands does not mean that the Wi-Fi Adapters installed in either of your computers support both the bandwidths.
Do you have any problems using 2. Hope you continue to have access to as well as provide support. I could try that later after tonight. Please reply for any questions. Once in a while as I said it does work but only for a maximum of 5 - 6 minutes before suddenly I lose access to the internet.
Step 4: Follow on-screen instructions to complete the update. . My question is I have a computer with 2. I did just download the latest firmware update hoping this would help, but still no dice. The same network that I've used for years and my new computer won't connect to it. What is the make and model of your computer? Before it was a mystery and all based on my faulty assumption.
Rebooting it makes it work for a period of time 5 minutes maybe? From the expanded menu, look for Wireless Adapter driver. Also, are both the laptops able to detect other wireless networks? You might be able to fix it by changing router settings, but that might break other things. You may have encountered such weird things: You put in your modem with two bandwidths, 2. You definately need to update your firmware if you havn't already. Unless you really have a problem with 2.
If you encounter other problems after the latest Windows 10 update, you can also drop a line below or click the support menu on the left of this page for help. The other computer in the house connected via the ethernet wire still was working fine however. There, look for Roll Back Driver and click on it. Method 2: If the issue still persists, it is possible that some other program or service in the background is interfering and delaying the WiFi services during the startup. It would be great if Netgear could comment.
I solved the 'problem' and found out why my 5ghz channel on the R7000 is dropping. The 300series is draft pre-'n' so you're stuffed - chip can't cope! I have gone into device manager and clicked on the network card, properties, and advanced tab to discover my computer does support both 5ghz and 2. I personally suspected the router itself was having a problem, but NetGear assures me if the 2. Here is the service manual for your model. My router is the wrt601n linksys dual band N wireless router. It's becoming a major issue not having both bands working because we having gaming equiptment that when somebody is playing it kicks the other person off of the internet entirely! That is also the channel it shows as having the best clarity.