I'm beat to death... For the life of me, I can't understand why I have such terrible speeds on my local wireless LAN, I used to have much higher speeds before. Here's my simple setup. 2 PCs on LAN, both connected to my router, router connected to cable modem - simple. (my PC is connected to the router via NIC cable, my gf's laptop is connected to the router via Wifi, g standard) It's a 3 yeard old Linksys WRT54G v7.2 running DD-WRT. My internet plan maxes out at 6mbps down and 2mbps up. Both PCs reach the cap via NIC cable or Wireless respectively. The problem is the speed between my PC and her laptop. The way the share is set up is I shared her whole C drive, set up an account with a password to log into and just move files from and to her PC. Right now if I try to move something from her PC to mine I get speeds of 500-700kb/s, but if the other way around it's below 1kb/s, actually the whole windows (not Windows OS) freeze up before starting the transfer. I feel like floppy disks work faster than that. I remember I used to have around 2,2MB/s on this same network, not sure what went wrong. Both PCs run Win7. Any pointers are welcome..