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Can't Hold Onto Network

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I have two laptops and my PS3 all running on my wireless network. In the last couple days, the network keeps dropping out from under me. I can't surf for more than a few minutes at a time before it completely cuts out. I'm running on a Belkin router, the two laptops are a Dell and an Acer, the Acer running on Windows XP and the Dell running on Vista. I've attempted to reset the modem and that doesn't seem to help, and while I was able to set up the network initially, it was with a help guide. I'm not very techy, and have no clue how to solve this. It's very frustrating when I want to stream video because nothing lasts more than a few minutes.

Anyone have any suggestions?
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