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Wireless adapter i have a Belkin Router running for two computers,one upstairs and one downstairs which is about 12 feet away from the router,the upstairs one works fine,but the closest seems has the problem,it looses connetions every one or two minutes while on the internet.is there any setting i can ajust? or the adapter faulty? please help me with this! many thanks!

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  • Anonymous Jun 04, 2007

    both are Belkin G usb network adapters.Now the problem seems getting worse.some times i don't have connetion at all.i have contacted Belkin,
    but they haven't been very helpful

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It depends what kind of wireless adapter you have in your 2nd computer. Some time there are compatability problems. just write more abt the hardware you have on 2nd computer.

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  • Anonymous Jun 05, 2007

    try to configure it non dhcp it will be helpful.
    goodluck

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