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Networking Problem!

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I am on a Dell laptop using windows xp. I use a cable modem and a d-link DI-524 802.11g/2.4 gh router. Until yesterday everything was fine. All of a sudden, my connection to my wireless router disappeared and I picked up a weak connection to a neighbors. Also, I can pick up the wireless connection at my school just fine. I am currently plugged in directly to the cable modem to get a god connection to the internet. A message appears when I try to use the wireless that says "A network cable is unplugged." Why the loss of connection to my own wireless? Thanks for your help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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When you are at home, try disabling your neighbor's network when your's hooks up to it. Hit repair and search for available networks.

Have you also tried turning off your router for 10 minute and then turning it back on?
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