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My netgear wireless rooter only over the past month has been booting me off and then re connecting. It's getting a bit annoying now!!! Any help would be great!!

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If its the router,thats creating the trouble, I would suggest you to upgrade the firmware in the router.
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the way you explain this problem sounds like you just logged onto which ever connection you found! did you or afamily member set up a commection using belkin54g?

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