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I keep losing my wireless connection on on HP p6133f with compact adapter while a Toshiba laptop connected to the same wireless network maintains its connection. The 2 computers are place 3 feet apart

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Generally it happens some time due to viruses,, or else,,can be problem of your firewalls,, behaving like that,, due to corruptions.. check your firewalls making them off and check.. once.. it should be fine..

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