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Dropping Connection We are using 2 linksys wireless remote wireless g usb adapters and one internal wireless lap top modem on the system. It constantly drops connection as often as every 5 to 10 minutes at sometimes and does not drop for long periods at other times. We are constantly needing to check connect or repair to restablish connection. HELP!

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    connection regularly shows very low or no connection plus speed constantly altering. carry out repair in order to continue.

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This link indicates there may be an issue with hiding the SSID in the wireless router. A security item employed by some users. IF this is the case consider broadcasting the SSID and employing WEP or WPA encryption in the wireless configuration for both the router and the adapter cards to secure the wireless connections..

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http://arstechnica.com/guides/askars/wifi-drop.ars

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