I have a strange problem which is driving me crazy. I am sharing my Internet connection with the neighbor. There is only a repeater in our flat, the router is in theirs. For this reason I am not able to connect through cable. The Wi-Fi connection is used by at least 3-10 other devices and there are no issues with it for those devices. I have also tried connecting my PC to other networks, for example two different hotspots on my phones, and the Internet works just fine. But this one specific network does not want to work with my Asus USB-N10 150 Mbps 11n USB dongle. When I say it is slow, I mean it is really slow. Some webpages won't open at all, downloading a game on Steam reaches a speed of less than 10 kB/s. What gives?
I have tried uninstalling the drivers, installing the newest one, forcing 802.11 b/g mode in the Device Manager, resetting WINSOCK, IPv4, IPv6 through the command prompt, moving the dongle to different ports...
It can't be caused by the physical location, because the repeater and PC are at most 3 m apart, and no obstructions between. Any other ideas? I don't have AMD Quick Stream, which I heard can cause issues. Using Windows 10. Would be very thankful for help!
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