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Wireless Card In Desktop Loses Signal?

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#1 ashworth


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Posted 25 August 2007 - 09:18 AM

Last night I installed a wireless card on a PC clone using Windows XP-Pro. When I went to put it back into the enclosed desk it lost the signal! When I removed the desktop enclosed desk the signal came back! Does the antenna have to be in an open area to get the signal or do I need to get something called a "High Gain Antenna for R-TNC Connector". From the wireless router to the desktop is roughly 30 feet.
Or should I cut an opening in the back of the back of the desk so that the antenna sticks out!

Thanks for any advice.

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