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My wireless connection cuts out about every 15 minutes how can I fix this?

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Does it happen on all wireless computers? Try playing around with the channel on the router. Make sure that you're not near by a cordless phone or microwave that will interupt the signal. Play around also with the antenna on the router.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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