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Just bought a dell inspiron 530 and I am having problem connecting to a wireless signal. I was able to connect for 2 hours then it kicked me off. The teck said they thought some of my soft ware was causing the issue because i was able to connect in safe mode...please help i am ready to return this item.

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Only way to troubleshoot this is to close running applications one at a time until you find the one conflicting with the wireless signal. Once you find it you can remove or disable the software. Hope this helps.

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