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Having problems with wireless connection.

Problem is not with modem. I have talked to Internet Provider, and he has said that the problem is in my computer.

Can you rectify the problem on screen?

I have had this computer since May,2007

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  • sm8ckd0wn1 Nov 16, 2008

    I am having a similar problem with asus m51 laptop. everytime i move my
    laptop, i lose my internet connection. and the only way i can get it
    back is through restarting the laptop. it's very time consuming and
    i've become quite frustrated. any suggestions??


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I am having a similar problem with asus m51 laptop. everytime i move my laptop, i lose my internet connection. and the only way i can get it back is through restarting the laptop. it's very time consuming and i've become quite frustrated. any suggestions??

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You are connecting through what adsl router then you have to configure the router

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