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connection interrupts when wireless device connects

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Pretty much the title says it all! When I connect my laptop to my own wireless connection, everything already connected disconnects for some reason. Including the computer plugged via ethernet cable to the router. I currently have 4 devices that I tested with a phone, ps3, computer (which is once again connected via cable, and a lenovo laptop. This problem appears to only happen when I try to connect the Lenovo Laptop, so I believe that should be relevant to this problem. I tried resetting the router, the modem, computeres, blah whatever nothing seems to have worked so far, so I turn to the geeks for help again.

Currently I am Using a pentium 4 computer, running windows xp sp3
Lenovo laptop 3000 g430 laptop
e71 smartphone for testing this, and of course a ps3

The router I am using currently is a Dlink rangebooster GWBR 2310, connected to a motorola modem that comes from shaw. I dont know anything else about that. Thanks for your time , once again, guys!
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