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Belkin f5d7132uk keeps disconnecting

Hi I have a Belkin wireless router that keeps disconnecting, I have to keep turning the unit off at the mains and restart it. it works fine for a short while, but then i lose connection again very frustrating.

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Have you tried turning off Wireless Zero Configuration

Go to Start | Control Panel | Administrative Tools | Services

Scroll down to Wireless Zero Configuration, right clicking properties, and Stopping the service in Service Status.

Do this on all the Pcs,

If this solves the problem, turn off Wireless Zero Configuration permanently by changing Startup type to Disabled

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Hi,

You can fix the Internet connectivity issues of your router in your wireless network; first, you can check the type of issue faced.
Check for your router and the associated hardware. If you have issues with your power supply, you need to ensure proper supply of power. Check your Ethernet connectivity cables; if you have any issues with them, you could replace the cables. If you have issues with your Internet Service Provider, you can contact them and get the problem fixed.

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