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Severe network, router and internet connection problems


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The comp has 5 networks that i know of... there should only be 1... the router goes down and blocks the connection from the modem on a daily basis if not up to 5 times a day or more... i am lost on where to begin as i don't want to worsen the problems that exist already... So :) Please
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almost forgot...

OS Vista


I cannot locate where to find and delete all the networks any idea's?
I would like to delete all old connections as well...
I am also googling for answers... if i figure this out i will post what i did...

Edited by diehackersdie, 04 January 2010 - 01:07 AM.

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I found where to delete all 5 networks previously created. I had to open view network connections and clik the blue word that says customize. then clik manage or delete networks. then i saw a list of all the connections and deleted them all. i setup a new connection and my netgear router went down and acted as if the firmware was compramized... I left the router hooked up and on for about 8 hours and it started working again? I do believe I have some sort of problem with the router and firewalls or popup blockers? I was also wondering if malware and addware removal programs could affect this as well? Any help on this matter would most appreciated! :)
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