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After running reasonably well for many months my remote (wireless) laptop now very frequently won't connect to the internet when I start try to reopen a connection. If I use the Micosoft "repair" function or turn the system off and restart it usually then connects. I'm using IE 6

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If it worked for a long time then stopped, there might be a new wireless transmitter around. XP is awful at picking a connection back up once it drops. Does it drop less when the computer is closer to the transmitter? You might try changing the channel that your unit is broadcasting on.

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