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er...change the channel on the router, and see if the issue continues? There are quite a few quirky wireless cards out there that just do not like certain channels.
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Sorry about the late reply I have been on holiday. I have found the name of my Network Card and the Manufacturer its: EDIMAX 802.11g

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I am still having the problem, I have tried a different Network card, this has no effect I am still experiencing random disconnects while having full connection speed and signal strength any ideas?

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Not sure if I should do this but I'm just going to blurt it out. Seeing as the procedures haven't worked, have you thought of buying a new network card, installing, and updating the drivers?

*Sorry didn't seem to see the previous post*

Edited by vise, 11 December 2006 - 09:55 PM.

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