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the laptop keeps disconnecting and i'm irritated!


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jwllms1

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OK so the wireless keeps disconnecting as well and there are some other wireless networks around to so im not sure whether it is those networks kicking me out or if it is a problem with the laptop itself plz help me and all help is appreciated
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Hi mate,

Please post up a full description (or a drawing if you like, a picture says 1000 words) of your network. Disregard other wireless networks that you are not connecting to.

Also include information on approximate distances and also obstructions (i.e. walls etc)

Cheers
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the laptop itself is a Toshiba and um there are neighbors with wireless internet I'm guessing that they haven't had for long a legacy video driver and audio as well it has Intel Pentium processor 1.86ghZ on it
it has a Nvidia 6600 go it disconnects on all users so im stuck and i don't know what to do please tell me if i need to give you the internet connection stuff as well my dad also uses a computer in his office it's a mac this didn't use to do this beforebits only started doing this lately
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Okay, I'm struggling to understand what you are typing.

Please slow down and try again. Please explain yourself using complete sentences, preferably with punctuation and grammar. I'd like to help but there's only so much I can do when I read a post like those above.

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