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Internet Connection Have installed the Belkin Wireless Router fine and it connects up to the net fine but then seems to drop out every few seconds. This is fine with normal internet activity but when you are on chat sights or gaming sights it causes all sorts of lag and freezing. Any help greatly appreciated

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  • 226lad Sep 08, 2008

    Logged in to router ISP and went through, tells me no update for this router is available at this time



    Thanks for trying

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Ensure you have the latest firmware for your product installed, go to this link for latest firmware and the installation instructions

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    andrew pester Sep 08, 2008

    the only other thing is your isp must be dropping the broadband connection, ring them up and they will have a log of all your drop outs, as your speed may be causing the problem and may need to be put on a temporary steady lower speed.

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