Question about Computers & Internet
Definitely... it could be anything from your cable modem on up. I would call my provider and let them figure it out, but you can try a couple of continuous pings on a quick responding website like google. If you have a wireless device between you and your modem, cut out the middleman and go straight through the modem. If your problems persist give your provider a call.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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