WiFi Troubles in Snow Leopard
Since I upgraded, I have had a plethora of visual glitches in snow leopard, but the wifi "glitch" may be the worst. In my home, the wifi works fine, automatically connects to the network and I'm ready to go. Actually, most other places excluding my school the wifi works fine, the way its meant to. Heres a visual for ehmac. My school has 4 floors. My first class of the day is on the top floor. There is wifi routers on every floor, pretty much 2 on every floor (Non-Apple Mind you but that doesnt matter). On the fourth floor, the wifi simply doesnt work, when ever I try to connect to it it times out, or there is no internet connection. As soon as I go down to the third floor (Have to walk up and down the stairs like 3 or 4 times now) the wifi will magically "turn on" and it will work, allowing me to carry my macbook back up to my class while keeping the signal. Any ehmacers have any idea why this is happening? Every other Mac in my school (Estimating about 75) doesnt have this problem, and neither do the windows pc's, so I start to look like an idiot when I go to the IT guy to reset the routers, as this problem happens on every floor at random points in the day.
Any Help Appreciated.
PC: i7 950 @ 3.5ghz | 12gb Ram | 128gb SSD / 2TB + 2TB HDD Raid 1 | GTX 580 | Watercooled
Macbook Air 11" 1.8ghz i7 | 4gb Ram | 256gb SSD
Macbook Pro 15" 2.4ghz Core 2 Duo | 4gb Ram | 500gb HDD