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Reboot 5 times to connect

Windows vista....I have to reboot 5 times each time i want to connect to internet...
Also after about an hour of nonusage, it disconnects again...Then i have to reboot 5 times again...this goes on all day...
help....

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    jordan king May 11, 2010

    do you have dial-up or broadband

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I have broadband,,,,,

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