my rig is connected to the internet via wireless connection. whenever I play games (CS), every couple of minutes or so, the connection freezes for a few moments, usually resulting in my death. does anyone know if this is caused by my wireless card/modem, and if so, can it be fixed?
is this totally unavoidable, because ive talked to people who game wirelessly without problems. the D-link gaming router came very highly recomended, so i picked it up but i too am having ping spike issues. I dont know if its interference or a setting or what, but its really annoying. trying lots of different settings and just got a wna-2330 notebook adaptor to try, hopefully that will help it
i know its possible, i just dont know what the magic combo is, i think signal interference is a big one, some people are just in areas where it runs clean some aren't
well my wireless adaptor is the Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG
so... what program should i use to connect? i remember turning the wireless zero off when i installed a belkin adaptor in the expresscard slot (the dlink one didn't fit it wasn't expresscard) but that thing was a POS so im back to my internal one with the wireless zero enabled.
i guess i should disable wireless zero and then install and use some 3rd party thing.. does intel make a wireless conection program?