Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Your having conflicts with vista software replaace the vista software with windows 7 and your connection problems will go away.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
You've put a networking problem in as a WinXP issue without describing the network topology. Perhaps the WinXP systems are set up to use the original connection, and the new router eventually tires of that behavior and cuts those systems off; you can look in the router's logs around the time the WinXP systems drop off for clues. Look things up, read the manuals, and you will have a better network for your understanding of its operation.
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