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Internet not working; Router not connecting with Internet or Wireless Adapter

My internet has ceased to work in my upstairs computer. I'm using a Dynex wireless Internet USB port thing for it. Downstairs, where it is not wireless, the internet is working just fine, and occasionally it will work a bit upstairs. It worked just fine for four months(I've owned it for four and a half), but two weeks ago it stopped playing videos. Then it has had many problems since that point. I was able to get it to work more normally, but it still won't stay up with more than one tab, or when videos are being played, or when searching for images. Please help me.

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Try changing the wireless channel that the router is on. it sounds like something is causing interference.

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