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Hi there.

Recently I've experienced problems with random disconnections between my 2 pc's and my D-link DI-624+ router.
Both PC are connected wirelessly.

Please, help needed a.s.s.p.

I run XP Pro

Regards, Perco
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Hi. Sometimes we need to reset the modem and router. Please unplug the power to both the router and the modem for about 30 seconds. Next, plug in the power to the router, but leave the modem powerless. Let the router have power for about 15 seconds, and then plug in the modem. You will now need to wait about 15-30 seconds for verything to connect. Cehck your connection lights, and make sure they're all lit properly, and then see if you can connect.
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Change the wireless channel on the router. 1, 6, and 11 all tend to work fairly well.
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