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My Belkin 802.11g Wireless Desktop Network Card keeps dropping its connection. This happens every minute or so at present. Signal strenght to BT Home hub is strong (four bars) and drivers are up to date. Any ideas for a fix or am I best to replace? Tony

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Sounds like you need to re-sync your modem and router. Remove the power plug from the modem and router. Then first plug the modem power on and wait for all the lights to come on. Then plug the power to the router and wait for all the lights to come on. Re-start your PC and see if it is ok. Good Luck.

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