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Computer problem i have a laptop and a desk top computer but the problem is both computer are loosing connection and it got our computer slower. When we are on the internet it is pretty good ONLY for few minutes and it loses connection for a long time. thank-you for your time.

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This sounds like a problem is on your internet providers end. It's very unusual for two machines to experience the same problem, at the same time, on the same connection. Have your internet provider come out and do a check on the lines. If the internet service checks good, then let me know and I'll get some more info from you and see if I can narrow it down, but for now let's wait for a tech to check the system.

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