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dont think its a spyware problem anymore.. :/


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Okay.. ive ran everything and anything i can think of.. ad aware se, spybot, cwshredder, avg antivirus, HJT, ewido, panda... and other things...

problem:
i play internet games, use AIM/Yahoo/MSN Messanger

now whenever i open internet explorer OR firefox and start browsing the internet i will lose connection for a short period of time.. 5-10 seconds maybe.

it gets real frustrating because the internet game disconnects, aim/yahoo/msn disconnects... its getting really agitating

i dont know what the problem could be..

the other computer on my network doesnt have the same problem as me, and before i reformatted and reinstalled windows on my computer the internet would work just perfect. it started happening after a FRESH install of windows...


any ideas at all of what this could be??
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Have you checked the modem drivers are the most recent
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yeah like i said, its not happening on the other computer.. just mine.. o.O;
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Either check the modem drivers or go here to run Windows installation CD - Repair the current installation

http://www.theelderg..._windows_xp.htm
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