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I lose wireless connection

I periodicly keep losing my wireless connection even though I have a good signal I am using win vista

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  • pasi2000 Mar 12, 2009

    Every few minutes the Belkin adapter can not see any of the many wireless networks around while two other PCs have uninterrupted wireless connection to my router. Soon again it has "very good" signal and the connection is restored. I have the latest downloads from the Belkin site.

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Fair enough you may have a 100% signal from your router but perhaps the router is not getting any feed from the exchange, have you tried plugging your LAN cable into the router to see if you can connect to the net ? if you can then i suggest you call your ISP

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