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Firstly, thank you to any one that might be able to help me,

with out further adue,

i am on a wireless adapter connection,it keeps dropping randomly and has slow or limited conectivity,

a x freind of mine pointed me to a web site that had this string comand you could type into the cmd,but for the life of me i can't find that site again, i had it book marked but my pc got loaded down with viruses and though i made a back up cd..witch some reason wont load...i am pulling my hair out trying to find that link.

it was a short command and i believe had disable on the end of it, we were talking about how i could play WOW and not have it drop and He found the link, i am not speaking to him any more so i can't get the link from him.

any suggestions.. help ect would be greatly apperciated

Edited by dark_labyrinth, 27 April 2009 - 05:59 PM.

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Welcome to GeeksToGo,

My name is Cbarnard I hope I may be of some assistance to you.

Please keep in mind this is not our job and I'm not here 24\7. It can take a little bit of time for me to reply back to you,
if it has been more than 48hrs since a reply, please PM me and I will be with you as soon as possible.

With that said lets take a look and get this problem taken care of.

first off are you wireless drivers up to date?

if not update them

if so have you reset your wireless router?

Unplug the router for 30 secs then plug it back in

maybe you need to reset your modem and then router

Try changing the channel your router is using go from channell 1 to 11 or channel 11 to 1

Do you have other wireless devices?

They could be causing interference try moving them

you can also try this:

Click Start> Run>
type in CMD on the black screen that opens type in these commands one at a time notice the space between g /

ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew
ipconfig /flushdns

This should help you out

let me know how this works out for you

Good luck

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