I have had a few Linksys WRT routers and firmware makes all the difference. Check with Linksys for Firmware update. Go here for the Linux DD-WRT Standard http://www.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv2/index.php?link=ddwrt
Originally Posted by dhcp0
Faulty wireless card .... would have never guessed - I thought it might have been a driver setting ....
Can you describe your situation in a little more detail please?
I see the centrino logo during boot up.....
It would every 10 to 30 minutes drop its connection and have to reconnect to the router. Also when connected to the router it would become very very slow and then drop. When it...
I don't see the real difference between the New Intel DUO notebooks be that Apple or Dell. Bootcamp turns your apple into a Windows box, its not anymore stable than any windows box, because of the large base of 3rd party application and driver vendors. Mac doesnt have that problem. So It really depends what software you want to run. If your running Windows mostly.. buy a dell.
I have a Inspiron 9400 and had wireless problems. I would loose connectivity constantly. It was a faulty 3945 intel wireless card. After It was replaced I noticed that "centrino" logo appeared on boot up and connections were stable.
Originally Posted by GS Jon
I don't believe the 7800Go was ever offered on the E1505. Otherwise I would have opted for the smaller formfactor. Hope this helps to answer your question.
Same here.. I would have rather a 15" book with a Go7800, but I never heard a word of this being offered.
I found that from a fresh boot the game starts normally. If I exit the game and restart it, it will hang at the "Battlefield 2" splash screen. I found by ejecting the Battlefield2 CD, reinserting it and then excuting the game it works. Or you could just reboot. Thats if your having the same problem as me.