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    Do you mean the driver for the router? or drivers for my laptop? because i think you can update the drivers for the router. No the router is actually wired into my laptop the only thing i use the wireless part for is for my Nintendo to connect to the internet.
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    Drivers for the Laptop... Some Routers you could update the Version
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    Right thanx a lot i will give it a try when i can.


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    Since the subject is routers, I have some inquiries before I waste my money. >I am thinking of buying a gigabit router instead of a 10/100 wired Dlink router. I'm not sure If I will get a signifiant advantage with the 10/100/1000 over the 10/100. I have basic cable internet, but I'm not sure if my data flow among my devices will tank while all 3 are operational.
    >I also want to have my Wii, PS3 and laptop all connected without having to unplug the router everytime to renew the address.
    >Is it just best to buy a wireless enabled router for convenience and disable the wireless for security? Help on the matter will be greatly appreciated.

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