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" no card detected "

I have telus siemens gigaset SE567 router and xp all sp's. my problem is while your surfing the web the signal drops and 2wire says "no card detected" until you unplug the card and this happens every hour at least.

Does anyone have a solution?

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  • ocelot2003 Feb 08, 2009

    Card and Router Both Sold By Telus

    Its the 2Wire Wireless Managar that

    says "No Card Detected" then you

    unplug the card and plug it back in

    then it says "Card Found" but signal

    strength is great except when the

    computer loses the card have tried

    different USB slots & cables and all

    the cards in my house do the same

    thing so i dont think its the card

    the other comuter runs vista and same

    problem



    thaks for the awnser but still looking for help

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Go to router setup page and change the Wireless channel on the wireless setup page... Also check the compatibilty of Router & Card.

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