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How do I fix losing internet connection.

When I get more than a few feet away from my router I lose my wifi connection. I sent to factory for repair and they replaced the antenna which worked for about 2 months and now its doing it again. Any suggestions.

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Is the Acer Aspire the only computer that lose its wifi connection on the wifi or do you have an mobile or another computer that works fine?

Posted on Dec 05, 2014

  • Richard Pace
    Richard Pace Dec 05, 2014

    No, my wife's Asus laptop works fine as she is sitting next to me.

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