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Every few hours I am loosing connection with the internet. I retart my pc and everything works fine unil I loose connection again and I have to restart again.. How can I find out what is the problem, the wireless card, my pc or the oparating system ?

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Seems to be your wireless card, probably is not on range or has some signal interference.

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