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Can't connect to the internet until connection is repaired

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Posted 07 March 2009 - 01:54 PM

When I first turn on my computer, my internet connection is listed as connected, with strength 'excellent'. However, when I try to open a browser (I use firefox), I am told I cannot connect. When I 'repair' my internet connection, my internet works fine. It is very obnoxious to have to repair my internet connection every time I turn on my computer in order to use the internet.

I have a wireless connection, and run windows XP media center, with all service packs. The box that appears when I hover my mouse over my connection icon reads: Wireless Network Connection (WLAN), Speed: 11.0 Mbps, Signal Strength: Excellent, Status: Connected

After repairing the connection this information remains the same.

Please help me fix this problem!

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