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Wireless connection cuts in and out

The wireless connection on my router constanly cuts in and out. it will disconnect for a few minutes then reconnect for about half hour. the wired connection to it has no problem. i know its not my computer because it does this to all of the computers on the network at the same time. does anyone have any answer to this problem???

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  • erdoc1234 Mar 05, 2008

    but how do I change channels??

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Uslay gota change chs in option menu keep trying these are very bugy stiill ok

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