that's odd :worry:Dasha said:It takes a few seconds for it to "work". At least it did for me......it wasn't instantaneous.baconbits said:edit:
i don't get it
what am I doin wrong?
I remember that !jpark said:One of my all-time favorite commercials:
Very nice!jpark said::lol:
baconbits said:I remember that !
Also had more AMD's than Intel's myself :thumb:
Currently have an AMD laptop
I'm all-AMD myself. The servers that serve up these pages have Opteron 1220 processors, my home and office PCs have X2 5800+ processors, and my laptop has an 2GHz X2.
Cool, thanks. I'll take a look when I get home.jpark said:HAH!!! I have a DI-624+ at home, but it works really well. Flash the firmware, and you might find that it fixes all sorts of performance glitches.baconbits said:mine is an HP DV9700
but for some reason, the wireless is always very very slow.
probably because of my old dlink di-614 router.
Find DI on the left, and 614+ on the right, then figure out which revision you have (revision A has two antennas, B has one). Then download and flash the firmware using the web interface.
I keep thinking about replacing mine with something newer, but it still works great.