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Unfortunately it is still having problems D: at first it was fine but then failed on me and came up with the DNS look up failed :/
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Odd can you post a new minitoolbox log please.
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Attached File  Result.txt   22.43KB   37 downloads New one
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I am not seeing any dns time outs but you could try this.


Obtain DNS server address automatically see below.

http://windows.micro...TCP-IP-settings


Also hit the start button and then type services.msc and scroll down to the computer browser service and stop it then right click it and select properties.
Then change the start up type to disabled do this for all machines in your home.

Also run these command's on all machine's in your home if they are vista win 7 run in elevated command prompt.

nbtstat -R

nbtstat -RR

Then reboot each machine and test.
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Still hasn't worked D:
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Un install the usb from add remove programs remove the device.
Reboot
Re install and test.
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Didn't work :/
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Have you tried changing the channel on your router?
http://www.howtogeek...ireless-signal/
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So far it seems good, I'll check back later if any more problems occur, thank you :)
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Ok hope it stays that way have a good day. :)
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Right the problem has come back D:
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Honestly aside from re setting the router to factory defaults or testing another usb device I am not sure what is left here to do cause in the logs your connection looks fine from here.

Let me know if you need assistance with resetting the router to factory.
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Never mind it was just my router messing up :P
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Ok glad all seems resolved now. :)
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