Question about 2wire (1000-100052-000) 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter
You are getting some kind of elecrical/wireless interference. This is difficult to trace. If you have the TV on during 10 to 11pm, have you noticed any electrical interference on the TV screen?
It could be as simple as someone using an arc welder in your area.
Or a neighbour heating up something in their microwave oven (this oven can be faulty and is leaking microwave energy).
If you can identify the source of interference then you may find a solution.
There are a few things you can try.
Get a surge protection power board and connect your computer equipment and wireless router to this power board.
You can configure the wireless router to a different channel, one that is not used by your neighbours so that the wireless signal won't interfer with each other.
Have a look at the signal strength to your computer, if it is weak then move the router away from walls and/or raise it higher to improve the signal strength.
I hope this info helps you fix your problems.
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