I don't want wireless but...

June 28, 2010 at 22:11:50
Specs: Windows 7
I am extremely sensitive to the EMF from wireless connections and in fact, get headaches when I am using wireless. I, therefore, have ethernet at my home. Recently, I noticed that I was getting headaches every time I used my computer at home. I checked the setting and it simply stated " Network 4 : Internet Access." How do I know that this network was not remotely connected to a wireless connection? When I looked at a certain "file" that was highlighted as "favorites" ( internet files), I did not recognize ANY of them. I am wondering if there are others out there who are piggy backing on my computer. The more important issue however is if the wireless feature was somehow connected remotely. I have heard that this can happen via companies that offer cable etc. but I don't know much else about this. All I know is that I never used to get headaches and I have ethernet and now I get headaches and it is the exact feeling I get when I am at the coffee store and access wireless ( when I HAVE to). I understand that 95 % of the population have zero issues related to EMF ( electromagnetic frequencies) but I would still appreciate it if you could give me any tips, advice, things to look for etc. regarding this issue. It hurts me a great deal and I would be very grateful for any help. Btw, I am not very computer "literate" at all so you will have to explain things in a very simplistic manner. Thanks in advance:)

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June 29, 2010 at 02:12:02
If you have a wireless router, turn of the wireless part. The manual will tell you how. If you do not have a wireless router you have nothing to worry about.


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