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using "repair" option frequently?


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saraveza408

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Im having major problems with my internet lately.I use Internet Explorer 7 & my laptops a xp professional (service pack 2 build 2600)and while online my internet will become unresponsive.So i go to my system tray & right click on my wireless network connection & use the "repair" option.My internet will work for a few minutes but then I have to "repair" again & soon Im using the "repair"option nearly every 5 minutes!What can I do to fix this?
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Could be interference on the wireless channel you're using. Use your router software to change to a different channel, like wise with your wireless software to match.

Edited by pip22, 04 November 2006 - 08:28 AM.

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Could be a wireless telephone to close to computer and/or router.
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I use WirelessMon to detect access points & then I connect through an unsecure access point.
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Congratulations, you're a thief.

Sounds like an interference issue.

Edited by Kurenai, 05 November 2006 - 05:31 AM.

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Congratulations, you're a thief.

Sounds like an interference issue.

is this illegal?
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