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Wireless wg111 802.11g problems

Hi I am having a problem with my wireless wg111 802.11g (USB)
it will connect to the router (internet)(says it has a very good signal)
but then out of the blue it will stop responding and drops the connection
if i disconnect/recconnect the adapter it then reconnects ok
any ideas appreciated
I am using the winxp drivers
i did not use the drivers that came with it(recommended)

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  • jiggs-1 Dec 28, 2008

    the blue light comes on the adapter then goes out, the lights on the router checks out ok.

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Use the recommended drivers would be the first step. After that you can try to mod the adapter using WinPcap.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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  • MrObvious
    MrObvious Jun 22, 2009

    Use the recommended drivers would be the first step. After that you can try to mod the adapter using WinPcap.

  • MrObvious
    MrObvious Jun 22, 2009

    Use the recommended drivers would be the first step. After that you can try to mod the adapter using WinPcap.

  • MrObvious
    MrObvious Jun 22, 2009

    Use the recommended drivers would be the first step. After that you can try to mod the adapter using WinPcap.

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