Wireless will just completely disappear, phones can't connect, both computers in the home can't connect. It happens very randomly, sometimes I'm connected for an hour then it goes down for 5 min, sometimes it will cut out every 2 min. Tried resetting router and modem many times.
If your connection is a DSL, I think you need a "Micro Filter" to be connected to your phone lines. This will eliminate the disconnection or unwanted signals that causes you network to go off or disconnected. You can request this device from your telephone company.
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I would turn your itouch on and tap the top bar where the battery and signal show. a screen will pop down and show your wireless connection. tap it ans check your settings. make sure you renew lease on your wireless and use the wep code which is on the label of your wireless router. you should have signal now
right click on my computer icon the click properties and select tab computer name click change and add the same workgroup name as in the rest of the pcs also note down there IP address range.
Some laptop requires to create wirless access profile prior to connect some will create after we connect.
On your laptop enable the wireless switch and make sure its on down in the system tray (next to the time) you can see wireless icon right click and view wireless network then it will show all the wireless around its range click your connection and press connect if it connects its fine otherwise you have to manually enter the ip address for your new laptop according to your home network ip catergory.
Most of the laptop use their own wireless management software which they disable wireless zero service in windows which you have to take care - one only works at a time.
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try shutting down the computer, and restart it..then go to control panel, wireless set up, and see if it's there, or Network connections, to see if it's enabled..you may need to effect a 'repair' on that connection..happens all the time
The 1st question I have is, are you using the official Microsoft wireless adapter (sold seperatly) manufactured by Microsoft? That is the first solution to this issue. If so you must go into your router settings using the home router IP address usually listed on the router unit and setup the router manually to see the microsoft wireless adapter (sold seperatly), try typing this ip address into your browser address line (192.168.1.1) this is usually a generic router IP address to access your router. Your 360 should have a MAC address listed when in the settings and that should be seen by the router as well. Also check your firewall settings to make sure that it allows wireless transmissions. ( My computer usually has to be running for it to see wired & wireless devices properly). I also prefer just running a wired network for connectivity issues with wireless, such as other electronic interferrence from cordless phones & microwaves as I sometimes get with my nintendo Wii. PAeasop