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    Too much static?
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    well I don't think I've ever heard of a USB Cable network connection to a router ??
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    Too much static?
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    Neither have I, but that's what he said. Post #12.
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    Iam sorry t is a ethernet cable....

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    Too much static?
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    ok well seeing as he is connected via ethernet then he shouldn't be getting interference


    id suggest if its an option to try a different ethernet cable.
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    Too much static?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelbyw7 View Post
    Iam sorry t is a ethernet cable....
    Has the problem gone away?
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    Too much static?
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    yeah I'm curious to if the fault is resolved,
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    Suggest you disconnect the USB cable. Not required. Some people connect every lead in the box to everything.

    A benefit is to release a USB port on the computer.

    Always try to use an Ethernet cable over WI-FI if practical. More secure, faster speeds possible, easer to set up (just plug in) and no passwords required. All good things.

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    Too much static?
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    your jumping on something that we already know there is no USB Cable connected to infact the OP has stated he meant ethernet cable lol,

    he isn't using wifi lol
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