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Computer disconnects from internet

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#1 Daven81


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Posted 13 June 2005 - 09:24 PM

i notice that there is a similar post here, but the problem is not the same and i cannot find the solution from that topic. My problem starts last month when i am using Windows XP SP1 and all of sudden my computer will get disconnected from the Internet.

I am using wireless broadband and i notice that the wireless modem still receives strong signal from the broadband provider. When this occurs, i my Internet connection dies and i cannot reconnect back. I will have to unpluck my USB cable (which connects to the wireless modem) from my computer and plug it back again so that it detects again the connection. Then i can online again. But this won't last long because it will disconnects again in some time.

Then 2 weeks back i formatted my computer, and installed Windows XP SP2. I use Norton Antivirus and tools like ad-aware and using Window's firewall. Everything was great after the format, but yesterday the problem occurs again. I did no more than my normal routine, i cannot see how i can get infected by virus or anything because i was quite sure the sites i visit is clean.
Anyone has this problem? Please help..i am greatly stressed by this, and i hope not to format my computer again, it was a great fuss and i had to install back the softwares needed for me to work on.

Thanks in advance.

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