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Dustinduse

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Ok now i know ur gunna say dont go so far away... Im only 10 feet away.. it says i have Excellent Signal strength. but it will lose connection to router... just about every 10 to 20 min... very annnoying... but i know that youll ask what i got and all so im including all i think you will need..(p.s. dell had me restore vista but same thing happens 3 days later..)
Im useing Dell Inspiron E1505, with Dell Wireless 1390 WLAN Mini-Card. My Router is a Netgear 54mbps wireless router.. (model # WGR614)
If u need anymore info...
Thanks!
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Dustinduse

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Nothing?.... maybe an admin could move this topic to networking... (thanks) but this makes me mad.. when vista trys to find the problem it finds nothing so i disconnect and reconnect(it fails) then windows trys to find the problem again then it lets me renew the ip. (10 min later) it connects fine till it starts again
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The Zig

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Personally I would take my laptop to a friends and make sure it wasn't the router!
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And also you couls try uninstalling IPV6 and using IPV4 this could be causing some
confusion between the router and the computer. Just left click wireless connection
click properties and it will be right there. :whistling:
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