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ping the router with a -t at the end (ping <router's ip> -t and give me the first ten results...after ten you can press ctrl c to stop the pingofdeath
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its still trying to connect to google hasn't went threw yet
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this is just silly....you've got a valid ip in there...it should be working EXACTLY like the other machine that's connected...
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sent 12 lost 11
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it shouldn't be dropping packets at all.....let me think a bit on this one
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i ran the test after rebooting my router and i got 9 out of 10 that time
still slow and i ping this pc and it 3 out of 5

i used this pc and did the ping (router) -t and 15 lost 0
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ok well that's promising...that at least means that you can actually connect to the router...now...let's switch gears back over to the wireless stuff (i just wanted to make sure that there was ACTUAL connectivity available)....go ahead and turn your wireless card on and let it detect the available networks...do you see the network that is coming from your router? if so try connecting to it...then do an ipconfig /all again and post that...
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now my router keeps droping
it stays connect and then goes offline
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what do you mean? the router itself keeps losing the WAN connection to the modem? or that the working computer is now disconnecting??
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should i leave wired up and try to get sp2 for my wireless since i'm running sp1?
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both pc's keep getting dqed from net
i unplugg router and plug back up and it works
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having SP2 is always agood idea...so sure...while you've got a connection,...go for it...it may make a difference somewhere in the wash
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haven probs getting IE to connect not sure y but i can ping router and it works but no online i shut firewall off and still no go...
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wireless or wired?
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wired still tryen to get sp 2 so i can move on to wireless i think the wireless set up would be good for me.....but i can't get it to stay on i unplugged the pc upstairs b/c the router keeps kicken if its pluged up


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