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Erratic, somtimes stupid net connection...


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Hinata-chan

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Well, now and again it just pings off, and nothing works for some time,
Somtimes it connects, and acts as though i'm offline. (eg. no IM services, no Browser, etc)
Somtimes i DO connect and it goes TEDIOUSLY slow, and i mean, 5+ minutes for google..

It's a Wireless Network Connection, using Belkin 802.11g Router..

It's never been this erratic and crazy, and i've checked For spyware and adware, and it seems fine..

Another problem is, somtimes when i try to connect, it tells me It's renewing IP, then just gets stuck there, and carries on trying to 'Aquire Network Address' forever...

Please, i want to keep my net stable for at least an hour for once!!

Thanks. H.

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try connecting directly to your isp and see if it's still like that. If not, then there's something wrong with your router. Try moving your computer closer to the router and double check your configurations.
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The modem is downstairs, PC upstairs.
That is the whole reason why i have to use a wireless, there is no way i can do that unless i take the PC downstairs, which i cannot do. (It's in the shop below)

I tried getting into the configuration, where you give the address bar your IP, but it keeps rejecting my password.
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