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I did what volto suggested, and I still have a problem. I get a good connection from an outside wireless access point...it's just that every 5 minutes or so I get disconnected and then reconnected. This wouldn't be so bad, but it interrupts my downloads and I have to redownload until I eventually give up. I also can't stay in chatrooms very long because of the periodic disconnections.

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Try to adjust the wireless channel of your router.

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guilty1178,

The Access Point, or whatever you are connecting to, must also support "N" wireless (~300Mbps); otherwise, the connection speed will be the "lowest common" connection speed, which in this case is "G" (54Mvps).

Note that if a "B" device, such as an older laptop, connects to the Access Point, the Access Point will drop down to 12Mbps for all connections! (Yes, twelve megabits per second).

You will have to replace the Access Point, or connect to an "N" Access Point if you are on a network with several AP's.

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there is nothing inside a PC that will keep it or anything else from connecting to a wireless network. You have to lookout for things that use the same frequency such as cordless phones and believe it or not microwave ovens. both broadcast at 2.4Ghz which is the same frequency wireless routers and access points use. Your problem may also be a neighbor with a wireless router or access point using the same channel. Wireless routers and access points have 11 different channels that they can broadcast on and if you and your neighbor are using the same channel there will be interference. try changing the channel on your wireless router or access point.

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Your Netgear adapter is scanning because it cannot find a wireless access point.

Make sure that the adapter is visable and not hidden behind your desk. The less objects between your wireless adapter and your wireless access point the better.

Locate your wireless access point. Make sure it is on and unobstructed.

If you don't have an access point then you are using someone else's access point. You need to go find them and find out why you cannnot connect to their access point.

Good luck!

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Since wireless networks use radio waves to transmit signals, it’s possible that typical household electronics-your microwave, cordless phone or even the baby monitor- can interfere with this signal. Make sure you move your wireless router away from those devices that use the same 2.4GHz frequency range.
Other causes of interference are brick and cinder block walls, metal doors, metal frames around windows and doors, and metal filing cabinets.
Take these simple steps to reduce wireless interference:
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  2. If there is interference with a phone, you can change the channel of the phone or the Router so they use different channels. If there is still too much interference, you may have to buy a different phone system, operating at either 900MHz or 5GHz.
  3. Place the wireless router in a central location of your house, such as a family room or office.
  4. Arrange the desktop or laptop’s wireless antenna so that it points toward the wireless router.
  5. Avoid placing the antenna close to an outside wall (unless outside is where you want to be). If you want to connect while you’re outside, place the router near a window.
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