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There is ahen the conection for 3 min the net faild and reconnect

The connection is very good when i connect as wired but it is reconnect several times when i connect wireless

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  • kunalkanani Dec 12, 2008

    I do not have a cordless phone or a microwave nearby. But even i face frequent disturbances in my connection with the router which doesnt happen when i connect my laptop directly to the modem. My internet connection keeps getting disconnected and re connected on its own. But it never lasts for more than 5 mins at a stretch.



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On your desktop tray, you will have a w-fi icon (may be just the usual network icon). Check your signal strength there. If it is low, you could be too far away from the router. Another thing that can cause problems are microwave ovens and cordless phones. The latter often uses the same frequency as the router (2.4ghz). If you have one of these cordless phones near either the router or the PC, the interference could be significant.

Look at those things, and if you can provide a little more information (does it reconnect on it's own?), I can offer further suggestions.


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