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My D-Link Wireless G DWA-510 Network card works fine but has 'spikes' every minute like clockwork that may have something to do with it often changing signal strength from full bars to 3 bars

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  • jc__604 Mar 23, 2008

    Sorry forgot to mention it's on Vista. I think it has something to do with Vista automatically checking for better networks every minute, but I can't seem to get around it. Any help is appreciated.

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Is your local or built in Lan card is enable? try to disable then enable your wireless network card second things to do is the location of your wireless router range put it more nearest to your pc hope this will help oyu

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