Snapping and unsnapping your MS Arc Touch Surface Edition mouse

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  1. B'midbar

    B'midbar Guest

    Because it either loses your Bluetooth connection or the pointer is just too wonky, ever just want to snap the dayum thing in half?

    #justsayin'
     
  2. daniielrp

    daniielrp Active Member

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    use 5Ghz for your WiFi, then it won't disconnect as much :)
     
  3. B'midbar

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    I am.
     
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    I have had great luck and really like the Surface Arc mouse. Once in a while it doesn't connect right away, but that's rare
     
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    how does one change their wifi setting to 5ghz?
     
  6. B'midbar

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    Depends upon whether you have a dual-band router or not, or just a straight 5GHz one. If the latter, you're on 5GHz already. If dual-band you should have two different SSIDs, one for the 2.6GHz, one for the 5.2GHz. Attach to the latter.
     
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    Thanks but, I'm in a hotel for work till March. How can I check on my Surface?
     

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