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Wireless Internet disconnects

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Hey all,

I posted this topic on the wrong board already, and couldn't figure out how to move it, so sorry for double posting! anyway, the problem is that I have a wireless internet card connected wirelessly (obviously....) but it'll quite often disconnect. I have a belkin wireless card (802.11g, F5D7000) which is connected to a belkin wireless G router (F5D7130). I don't know why this is. I thought it was because I live in an old house with a wall nearly 2 ft thick separating the router from my card, but apparently this will not at all affect it. I have absolutely no spyware. Maybe my hijack log will show something, but I had my computer cleaned by one of the guys on here, and it was perfectly clear, yet still the problem occured. There's nothing wrong with the ISP, and the router works fine, seeing as my brother has connected his computer to it using a cable, and his internet works fine and never disconnects.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can fix this?


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