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My wireless connection keeps going on and off

I have a wireless connection set up at home for my laptop. Recently, the internet connection keeps disconnecting and reconnecting. I dont know whats happening. I have a motorola surfboard modem. The light next to the link on the modem keeps going on and off and so does the light next to LAN on my router. Whats the problem here?

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    I have a good signal- all seems great then- it goes- or at least I lose connection - GRRRR

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You have to connect your computer first directly to the modem to test if you'll get the same problem hook to it. if same problem occurs you have to call your isp or whoever gave you the modem to have it reset or reflashed.

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