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Keep loseing signal

I get good signal and then signal is lost.

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  • timquinn May 11, 2010

    Are you running wireless or wired ?? where is the computer in relation to the router...please elaborate

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This might sound funny but chance are you are running on the same wave of a cordless phone maybe? I known a few people that have 2.4 gig phones and when they get a phone call there wireless network dies. Then picks right up after the call is over. Also might be other thing of that nature.

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