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robert1234

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Hello,
My wan keeps dropping from connection periodically...but only on 1 cpu out of three
any help in diagnosis would be appreciated...
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Some details of your setup would be helpful. Wired? Wireless? OS? I will need some more information first.
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thank you for your reply
runnung windows sp2 Xp
dell dimension 5150 desktop
2.79 ghz 3.24 GB ram
wireless, motorola router, dsl line
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How often does it drop? What kind of wireless card are you using? Try updating to the latest drivers for your wireless card.

What, if any, antivirus/antispyware is running?
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hello,
connection drops whenrver... sometimes goes several days without having to restart cpu to reconnect, sometimes several times per session...very frustrating, especially trying to run large files continuously...
I have system suite by avanquest av/as
wireles card is a dell dongle usb 1450 I reinstalled the software recently

Edited by robert1234, 19 April 2010 - 06:11 PM.

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Try disabling all the non microsoft services using msconfig at startup, then see if the issue still occurs.
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