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My internet keeps disconnecting

Yah i need your help, my internet keeps disconnecting once every 2-3 minutes. I dont know what to do, ive replugged all my wires. Ive rebooted my computer and modem. Ive also went to my modems website and tried restarting it there.

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Cheke your lan card

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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Call your isp and schedule a service call. There could be something wrong at the telephone pole or your drop to the house could be faulty, or your modem could be bad.

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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