2 net work adapters?

I was wondering if I was to get a usb y cable can I have 2 network adapters running? Just want to no because I am not getting a very good signal on 1 adapter and network cable is not a option.

 

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Unfortunately no.  Which adapter are you using?  The one with the single antenna or with two?  If it is the single try buying the wireless adapter with two antannae

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I have the one that has 2 antennae's. See the thing is I have the xbox set up in my garage which is about 400 feet from the router and I keep getting signal loss off and on. Basically I am trying to figure out a way to get better signal. Any ideas?

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Is there any way to move the router closer to the xbox? Alternatively, you could buy a repeater, which would allow you to extend the area that your wifi affects.

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I would definitely recommend a wifi booster for your situation then.  Just do a search online or check out your local computer/electronics store for more information on them.

Good luck.

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has anyone tried the trick of turning the network adapter into a little dish using aluminum foil and the top part of a bottle?

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Hey there Mxlord. I can't say I've heard of that trick before. I would definitely agree with Onyx's suggestion of a wifi booster, though. =)

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Greetings Mxlord1!
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I was wondering if I was to get a usb y cable can I have 2 network adapters running? Just want to no because I am not getting a very good signal on 1 adapter and network cable is not a option.

[/quote]So you think! Then you haven't heard of powerline adapters. A technology that supply higher performance to those areas where you're Wi-Fi signals can't reach, by using the electrical socket from your wall to any given device in your household. Devolo is one manufacture that supply speeds from 200Mbps to 600Mbps for your LAN connection (dLAN).

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Powerline adapters however have a lot of interference, especially in older homes. I would recommend (like some previously) the wifi boosters (also know as wireless repeaters)

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my garage is not around the house, it is 400 ft from the house. Other side of the road. Has anyone used a wifi booster? Which is the best?

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Hey Mxlord1,

I suggest taking a look in This Informative Forum.

All of the best Range Extenders/Wireless Repeaters are listed in there and reviewed by the Connectivity Rangers of Xbox LIVE.

If you have any further questions, please let us know =)

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