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Connectivity we have lan internet connection and shared through linlsys to four computers in one computer i can't get contineous audio through internet

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If you are running an ethernet cable to each of the 4 computers (vs wireless), try switching the cable to the computer with a problem to one that is working OK. If this does not switch the problem to the previously working computer then you will be isolating the problem to the one computer instead of the router. Then try uing a new cable to make sure your problem is not there.

Are there other problems with the computer besides audio?



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Is it all the time, or only at Particular Site, is this on all Computers, it can be on the Audio Jack
Aloha
Kahuna

Posted on May 28, 2008

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    Lindsey & Associates May 29, 2008

    Have you checked all outlets on the router, or you can just PING Each Computer.. Let me know

    Aloha

    Kahuna

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