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I have a Netgear router and the wireless connection has been almost non existent. I can connect fine to the internet if I'm plugged directly into the router, but it dies out a few minutes after unplugging it. I have tried the usual turning everything off, unplugging it, reconnecting and starting it back up but nothing worked. I tried reinstalling the router, that didn't help.
As a side note, my computer started saying that my "memory card (Z:) was not connected" I don't know how that happened, what it does, or how to reconnect it.
If there is any help that anyone can help me, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks a lot.
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