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I currently use the Netgear D834G for a wireless connection to my laptop. This is the second one I've had, first one broke within warranty, second one I've had now for 2 years and its losing the wireless connection quite a lot, I have to reset the router, move it around to get it to work. Its getting on my nerves. I'm assuming this is a problem with the router not my laptop, if so can anyone recommend what other router might be good and easy to use (I'm not very good with computers)

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If you are on cable internet with a separate modem + router setup, check the cable connection to the modem (bad connection here is often a source of intermittent problems. Strip the cable from the jack-plug where it enters the modem and re-make it so it's really securely attached.

If you decide on a new router, I use a Thomson SpeedTouch which has behaved faultlessly and hardly gets warm even after 24 hours. Some routers get very hot and that alone can cause connection loss till it's cooled down.
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