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If you are refering to a loss of signal this is ocurring more and more as we get into the wireless age. You need to play with it by switching the router channels. You can access the router by going to your internet explorer and in the address bar type the router url I/E 192.168.1.1 or whatever the manufacture recommends Most passwords are provided by them. You can onlu access the router through a wired machine generally in port one of your router You will find the channel settings in the advanced section of most WAN areas of your router. There is also a setting on some for increasing the signal strength. and one last trick if you have neighbors that are "jamming" you place your router on the floor intead of higher up . Good luck.. Be mucho Blessed...Mark
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
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