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 How do I connect my upstairs PC to my downstairs router (EASY) 10 POINTS?

Answer Easier said than done. The cheapest method would be to place the router closer to the upstairs room, higher up in the downstairs room. You'll still get crappy service. Personally, if the upstairs P... Read More »
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