I have had a Belkin Wireless Network adapter for a few years. It's one of these standard ones:
My computer is situated about 5 meters away from the router and there is a single wall inbetween. The signal has always been flawless at 4 or 5 bars. Last week however, my computer found it impossible to connect to the router. The only fix was to put the network adapter on the end of a USB extension cable and pop it round the other side of the wall. This only makes it about a 0.5 meters closer, but it connects flawlessly again with 4 or 5 bars of signal.
So, does anyone know why after years of use, my network adapter can no longer connect through walls?
Thanks in advance if anyone has any info!