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My internet connection drops after about 10 minutes each day. I have to restart to cleara the problem then i have no further issues until the next day when i first boot up. My network shows that i am still connected to my router but no internet traffic is obtainable. i am on vista by the way

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USE internet speed booster .ON net pinger (on manual mode)
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edit the registry goto HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\NetBT\Parameters
THEN EDIT (right side) TrasportBlindname(double click on that) then delete the value data. CLOSE THE REGISTRY EDITOR.

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