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Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by rtrg, Jul 19, 2017.

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    rtrg Regular member

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    I am looking for a user manual for an adapter model# YT-WA1714A maker unknown, brand unknown. I will describe it as the post describes it. USB3, daual antenna, dual band, mounted on a stand at it in case anyone recognizes it. #152374229035. Any ifo welcome. A simple single attena tiny adapter does not work. The wi fi in this building is not easy to connect to despite the recent upgrades. This is for a desktop usb2. Item is compatible with usb 2/3. This is an HP ELITE 8000. I do not know what type or open slots are available. I would rather use the ports than the slots as in my experience HP has issues with cards. Thanks. I asked the seller the same question.
     
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    I have seen this. The issue is that no one in my building uses desktops only a few notebooks. Some wired some wireless. The other issue is that the wifi is apparently not always "connectible" depends where you are in the building. I need a dongle that can connect no matter where in the building I am just to be sure. A plug and play would be a plus. Once connected I can remove my router. hopefully. and use one unit in each desktop. Any advice welcome. I am doing this partly to save $s.
     

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