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Frequent loss of wireless connection to my laptop requiring restart of laptop to get reconnected

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That may happen due to router settings too. To check this you may try from different device. If it same result you have to setup router. If its happening only you laptop than search for right Wi-Fi drivers.

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Poor signal strenght, someone tampering with your connection if you are not using the sequre connection, try using the connection CD to setup the wireless properly or upgrade your wireless adapter

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