Hey everyone... This is not exactly Apple-specific, but I always get the best advice here so I figured I'd give it a shot. My home network is a cable modem (ethernet cabled into my MacPro) and a Rosewill RNX-N4PS 802.11.N.2.0 wireless router. The problem is my wife's wireless connection. She has a Lenovo Ideapad (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2387552,00.asp) that disconnects from the wireless network about every ten minutes or so. She is not far from the router, about 20' if it were a straight line although it is up a flight of stairs. She is taking courses online and if she is disconnected during a test she loses everything. She would like to be hardwired into the network, and before going to that expense I was wondering if there is anything I could be doing better, like adding some sort of signal repeater or improving the wireless on her laptop. I know very little about networking so forgive any painful displays of lack of knowledge here. Can her settings be at fault? Does my router need upgrading? I wouldn't hate going the Airport route if that would help. The laptop features WiDi 2.0 and WiMAX, if that is at all useful. There are a lot of devices accessing the wireless network at various times: two iPhones, an iPad, two TiVos, a PS3, an XBox, a Wii, probably something else I'm forgetting. Also the previously-mentioned MacPro cabled to the cablemodem. I am not at all opposed to disconnecting the game systems if that would help at all. Thanks!