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It may be a compatibility issue betwen the mobile device and the router. Find the router model/name as well as the mobile card or built in mobile device manufacturer/model name so that I may research this further. Some settings in My Network Places will allow you to change how your mobile device will act. For example, you can change the settings so that it ONLY looks for the specific network in your home, rathe than searching for the strongest signal which may cause you to lose connection while it looks around. Another factor to consider is location location location. Where is your router in relation to the laptop at the times that you are losing signal? Consider how many walls it has to go through, or floors if its upstairs and you are downstairs.. Try changing some of those settings and find out those model names, then get back to me to let me know how things go and we will go from there. Good Luck!
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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