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    Question Slow WIFI anyone?

    My iPhone 5S is pulling down 10-15MB/s during speed tests, the T100 will show maybe 2-4MB/s during speedtests on various routers using speedtest.net, speakeasy speed test etc with various browsers. I tried both the latest broadcom driver dated 10/2/2013 / v 5.93.98.187 and the latest one on the ASUS website dated 8/2/2013 / v 5.93.97.168, both have the same result.

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    Something isn't right. On my T100 it pegged my FIOS at 25 up and 25 down! in fact I actually put up my fasted upload number on the T100 by over 1 MB braking 27 up for thru first time.

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    after uninstalling and reinstalling the latest driver it's working now, this is the same issue I had when I first got it

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    Check what speed you are actually connected at. Mine does not exceed 65Mbps, unless I enable the "a/b/g 20/40MHz" driver option. However, the adaptor then becomes unstable.

    EDIT: Reverting to Microsoft's Windows Update version of the 5.93.97.168 drivers seems to have fixed the instability. Touch wood.
    Last edited by ilys; 12-03-2013 at 09:36 PM.

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    Ilys: what speed are you getting now with the older driver?

    I can get a max of 150 Mbps (within 10feet of the router) with Broadcom driver 5.93.98.187 installed on both 2.4 and 5 using the "a/b/g 20/40MHz" driver option.

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    I just got 43mbps down/36mbps up on Cablevision (not sure what my advertised speeds are supposed to be). I haven't touched my drivers.

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    How do I enable the "a/b/g 20/40MHz" driver option? I've noticed mine tested quite slow as well. Any help appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by japple55 View Post
    Ilys: what speed are you getting now with the older driver?

    I can get a max of 150 Mbps (within 10feet of the router) with Broadcom driver 5.93.98.187 installed on both 2.4 and 5 using the "a/b/g 20/40MHz" driver option.
    150Mbps is the maximum I can get with any of the drivers under all configurations, 168 is just more stable for me. However, I don't think the adaptor can go any faster. It is, after all, an SDIO with very limited bandwidth.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tyger View Post
    How do I enable the "a/b/g 20/40MHz" driver option? I've noticed mine tested quite slow as well. Any help appreciated.
    Go to the start screen and type in "view network connections", without quotes. There should be only one search result. Click that, right click WiFi, click Properties, click Configure, click Advanced, on the list on the left click Bandwidth Capabilities, click the drop-down menu on the right and select 11a/b/g 20/40MHz, click OK. You may need to reconnect to the router for the changes to take effect. You can then right click WiFi, click Status. You should now see Speed as 150Mbps, if your router supports it and has been set up to support it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilys View Post
    150Mbps is the maximum I can get with any of the drivers under all configurations, 168 is just more stable for me. However, I don't think the adaptor can go any faster. It is, after all, an SDIO with very limited bandwidth.



    Go to the start screen and type in "view network connections", without quotes. There should be only one search result. Click that, right click WiFi, click Properties, click Configure, click Advanced, on the list on the left click Bandwidth Capabilities, click the drop-down menu on the right and select 11a/b/g 20/40MHz, click OK. You may need to reconnect to the router for the changes to take effect. You can then right click WiFi, click Status. You should now see Speed as 150Mbps, if your router supports it and has been set up to support it.
    Worked perfectly! Thanks!

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    Forgive my ignorance, but what is SDIO?

 

 
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