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    Hello to all.
    I am using WRT300N as a home router at my main PC.
    An HTPC is connected to the router with an Edimax wireless LAN USB adapter that support N Draft connection.
    Since I connected the HTPC to the main PC (the one that the router connected to) I have very poor transfer rate/speed.
    E.g. transferring 2GB picture takes at least 20sec!!! the transfer is by browsing from the HTPC to the main PC and dragging the file to the HTPC desktop.
    Both main PC and HTPC are Windows Vista Ultimate with SP1.
    More than that, I cannot configure the connection to be an N connection (as mentioned the wireless USB adaptor is supported with N connection) every time that I configure the “network mode” to be “wireless N only” the connection to the HTPC lost.
    Pleas advice.
    Regards
    Gilad

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