It could be a problem with your operating system (win xp, ect) more than likely a virus of some sort. even brand new computers are packed with spyware. Try doing a full scan (there's a free one here ) if that doesn't work you might have a problem with your modem and/or router, try unplugging there electrical socket(s) them wait 30 sec plug them back in, wait for it to connect agian
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Check the connectors on the in-house cable, if they can move in their sockets slightly, they may become intemittent as temp and humidity changes. If you can replace the cable with a new one of a known brand. If not try pushing cable plugs all the way into each socket and surrounding the plug with Blu-Tak to stop any slight movement. If this does not work, check or replace the power supply for the modem, it may be occasionally dropping its voltage, due to other power demands within your house. A good quality power supply will keep a stable voltage for your modem.
The problem has more to do with your Internet Service Provider than your router. The more users online within your neighborhood the less bandwidth or signal strength you'll receive. For instance around noon each day is one of the busy times for Internet use everywhere. It also, depends and what's occurring amongst the users within the house. Downloading, streaming music or videos is very taxing to bandwidth especially if five users are trying to stream video at the same time. Perhaps you may need to increase your service speed. So if you have 3M service you may wish to move up to 5M,10M or 15M service.
1 If you don't have a switch connected to the router or if your other devices are not on the Wireless allowed list in the router whoever has priority on the connection will knock the others device off that is xbox, laptops etc. Because bandwidth is being decreased and the connection is giving first come first serve priority. You will need a switch or setup each wireless device in the router . Instructions: . power router off 2.connect all three computer you want to connect. 3. start computers one at a time completely 4. check router for status light per computer to see if device is seen by router. 5. open web page to see if each computer is online. 7. do ipconfig / release/renew if not connected
1.Log into router 2. Verify wireless router name( on the computer) >>> ( on/off) 3.Note router name you are connecting to. 4.. Check the laptop do ipconfig /all to see current IP addresses. 5. Set the laptop up in the router by WEP KEY or MAC address. 6.Note router name you are connecting to. 7. Move the laptop about 20ft away and try to log on to the internet. This is for all routers to set up wirelessly.
The possible cause is the router is not able to extend the signal to that range. Try using a range extender to boost your wireless signal. Signal strength depends on the router. So adding a range extender should solve this issue
Well it seems that there must be some virus in your laptop, first of all tell me that which antivirus you are using? If you are using Avast antivirus then uninstall it, and reboot your laptop and check to see if further you have the same problem. If all is ok then you again install the antivirus and update it from internet. then just scan your whole HDD. Please post comments.........
Is your laptop running Vista and the desktops running Windows XP or they all running the same software??? Also your problem is the fios router they come set up to be on a automatic channel search so there always searching for the best channel and you probably live in a brick house....Go to the settings for the router you can get to them easy with the software they downloaded to your computer its the fios help icon on your desktop and you can change the routers channel go to 7 or 11... If you have any questions just let me know also please rate me if you get a chance..