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WiFi And Network Connectivity Support

Tired of slow Wi-Fi? Or your Wi-Fi connection suddenly drops out of nowhere?

Perhaps it’s because your networking devices need to be fixed and/or replaced.

Call us on 1300 016 017 and we will ensure excellent Wi-Fi speed and reliability!

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Is a faulty Wi-Fi connection ruining your day? Well, we’ve got you covered! We can troubleshoot the connectivity issue and restore your lost Wi-Fi connection.

Don’t know how to install and configure network cards and wireless connections? Well, leave it to us and we’ve got you covered!

Are you trying hard to make your wireless network secure? Well, we’ll help you configuring and securing the router/network in the most efficient manner! We’ll prevent others from stealing your Internet and hackers from taking control of your computers through your own wireless network.

Do you have several preferences and not able to setup? Well, leave it to us we have got you covered!

Wondering how to connect computers and peripheral devices to the Wi-Fi? Well, worry not when we’re here to give you a demo!


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Your tablet won’t connect to your router? This is a common problem you experience with your wireless connection network. If you find yourself wondering why your Internet and Wi-Fi are not working, it might be a router issue or an incorrect computer setting. Setting up a router and keeping it running is complicated. It requires tech knowledge. Fortunately, we can help.

Being abruptly cut off from the Internet feels like having a carpet being pulled out from under your feet. Here are some ways to fix your Wi-Fi.

  • Check your wireless router: See if your ADSL cable is properly connected to your router. If it is not, pull it out and reconnect it again.
  • Restart your wireless router: Reinitializing your Internet connection is at times the best way to fix your Internet problem.
  • Flush DNS cache from your computer: DNS cache is temporary data stored by your device’s operating system. At times, the data can get corrupted causing problems when opening a website. Flush the DNS cache to fix your problem.

If you have any queries, contact us and we will resolve the issues.

Is it taking ages to load one web page? You must be frustrated with a slow Internet for Windows 10, right? Don’t worry. It’s often quite easy to fix. Here are some quick fixes for you.

  • Deactivate peer to peer update: Peer to Peer Update allows your computer to share Windows updates with other computers over the Internet. This can compromise your Internet connection, hence the sluggish Internet issue.
  • Alter the Internet bandwidth settings: Windows reserves 20% of your bandwidth for Windows Update, system apps and other purposes. This leaves you with 80% bandwidth of Internet connection. If you don’t use Windows Update daily, the reservation limit slows down your Internet. Remove the limit by setting the value to 0.
  • Update your Wi-Fi drivers: This problem may occur if you are using the wrong, or outdated, Wi-Fi drivers. So, you should update your Wi-Fi or network adapter driver drivers to see if it fixes your problem.

Contact us in case you have further queries.

Are you excited about the latest Windows 10 update, but you don’t have an Internet connection after installing the Windows 10 update? Check your network adapter using Device Manager. Another solution is to update the drivers on your computer. If you experience any other Windows 10 errors, we can sort it out for you.

While passing through a tunnel, you lose your radio signal, right? Have you been wondering why? Perhaps you may have theories about why your Wi-Fi connection is poor as well, right? Here are some causes.

  • There are blockers that can interrupt the Wi-Fi Signal: Don’t place your Wi-Fi Router behind a cabinet or in a closet. These act as blockers which prevent the Wi-Fi signal from passing through. The more walls the Wi-Fi signal must travel through, the weaker your signal will be. Construction material such as plaster and electrical lines can act as blockers.
  • The distance between your Wi-Fi router and your device is very far: The greater the distance, the weaker the signal, and the slower the Wi-Fi speed. Relocating your router may help.

For further assistance, please contact us.

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