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Belkin wireless USB adaptor connection problem


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gasmanuk

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Hi Guys

I have my main pc in an upstairs bedroom and router downstairs I have been using an older model belkin adapter which worked fine for a couple of years until around two months ago when It started disconnecting intermittently to solve this I normally pulled it out of the USB port and plugged it back in. However it kept doing it more and more so i thought the adapter was bust so bought a new belkin N300 however this is worse and I cannot connect at all now. The signal strength is excellent and all my other devices(laptops,phones,ipods) connect to the internet and the router with no problems but my main PC doesn't. I have had network sharing center on and it connects to the internet then disconnects from the modem then re-connects then dis-connects its so frustrating I have no idea what to do. I have read some posts and checked certain things but have no idea how to progress.

Many thanks
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Have you tried a different USB port?
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Yes tried all of them and other devices work in the same ports
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Try removing all existing Wireless networks from your computer and starting over again: http://www.sevenforu...rk-remove.html' class='bbc_url' title='External link' rel='nofollow external'>How to Remove a Wireless Network in Windows 7
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