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wireless internet connection problem


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balagast

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the problem that i am having is that the wireless network connections, icon says that it is not connected, but my internet will still work, meaning i am definately connected. As well, the wirless drops and reconnects to another router every minute or two. I tried doing a connection repair, but it failed, due to "not being able to connect to the access point", which it clearly is doing.

Any help would be greatly appriciated.

thanks
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can you ping an ip address (64.233.187.99) as well as a site name (www.google.com). Also, can you talk to the router (192.168.0.1).
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can you ping an ip address (64.233.187.99)


64.233.187.99

What site is this???

Have you diabled all firewalls ?
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not a firewall issue, just tested that out and like i said, the network connections icon will say not connected when it is actually connected, and will then drop the connection and be listed as automatic, but it doesnt reconnect.
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