802.11g max speed for the IEEE Spec is 54mbps.
If you want something faster you will need a new router/wireless access point that supports 802.11n.
And a new card in your PC that supports the new wireless standard.
802.11n max speed for the IEEE Spec is 248mbps.
The cost of 802.11n is more likely more expensive than it would be to run a cat5/cat6 cable to your PC.
Depending on your existing hardware the wired connection supports speeds of
There is a good chance it would fix it but no guarantee.
Try running a temporary wired connection and see if that provides enough bandwidth for the streaming to happen properly.
Keep in mind the PS3 wireless adapter is 802.11g, and the RJ-45 supports 10/100/1000 mbps.
Are they both using wireless?
How strong is the signal strength?
Does this only happen when the microwave is on, or someone on a wireless phone?
(802.11g runs on the 2.4Ghz band and most home wireless phones use that frequency and microwaves use it as well so they can cause interference)
hopefully that helps some if more questions feel free to ask.
Edited by ludacrisvp, 22 November 2007 - 09:43 PM.