sometimes no signal

Discussion in 'NDS - Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection' started by azndragonguy115, Mar 25, 2006.

  1. azndragonguy115
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    sometimes my in tetris(or any other wifi game) says i have no signal and i know for a fact the wireless is working. I serious have no clue what to do cause its comes on and off. my girlfriend said it becuase of my phone and even though i called her a dumbass, after i hung up, it worked :wtf:


    so is something wrong with my linksys router cause it does say that SSID is enable?
     
  2. tshu

    tshu On epic journey, brb.

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    Your girlfriend's probably right... dumbass.

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  3. Harsky

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    Enjoy your loneliness.... (Heh heh, calling her a dumbass. Funny).
     
  4. azndragonguy115
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    hahah but sometimes it doesn't even work when the phone is off
     
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    penisbird Newbie

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    Same problem here.
     
  6. BaHaMut_ZeR0

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    Interference?
    Bluetooth + 802.11x interference has been debated for a along while now...although Windows users might not know much about it, since it's mainly a problem with Macintosh.

    Also, got WEP encryption on?
    If so, the DS doesn't have a configuration setting for Key Index, so you've gotta set it to key 1, or else suffer bad connectivity.
     
  7. HeinzHarald

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    How do you know for sure that the wireless is working?

    If it says that your signal strength is weak, it probably is. Lots of things can interfere with your wlan. Cordless phones, microwave ovens, other wireless networks, the amount of radio wave bandwidth being used by other computers, etc. Way too much operate at or around 2.4GHz.