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"There may be a problem with your DNS configuration"?

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Hello every time my internet drops I receive this message from the network diagnostic "There may be a problem with your dns configuation, windows failed to find the well known host @ www.microsoft.com".

I have changed the Wireless Channel
I have released/renewed the ip
I have flushed the DNS
I have contacted my ISP and requested new modem/router

I really don't know what else to do, help would be kindly appreciated.

Wireless router
Net gear 54g
Windows VISTA-64bit
Dell W-LAN minicard
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This is usually an ISP issue. The modem you use is irrelevant. Contact the provider again and tell them what's happening and that you've had a new router/
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