Yesterday we got our wireless adapters in the mail, so we hooked them up and made sure we could connect to the internet. We didn't go to many pages or anything, just made sure that it would load our home pages. Everything seemed okay, so we went ahead and moved our router downstairs to our living room (we wanted to connect our xbox 360 via ethernet cable). We still have signal up here of around 65-80%, so that's still pretty good. Sometimes we still have the issue where we can't connect to the internet for several minutes. However, we also are having a couple more problems now. On my computer, many times when I try to go to various pages, it comes up and says "Internet explorer cannot display the webpage." But it only does this AFTER it actually loads the page. I'll see the loaded page for a split second, and then it will re-route me to the error page. Sometimes if I load the page four or five times, it will go to the actual page instead of the error page. Sometimes if I push the back button, it will go to the actual page. Sometimes it just gives me the error page over and over and over. Other times, I will go to the same sites, and they will load just fine. I really don't get it.
My fiancÚ's computer on the other hand is having trouble loading images now, as well as any sort of Flash items and things like that. We were trying to do something on the Xbox Live webpage yesterday, but his computer wasn't loading the main part of the page (and mine was refusing to connect at all at that point) so we ended up having to look it up on our iPod touches.
In the past 24 hours, I've really just wanted to pitch it all out the window. Anyone have any idea how to solve any of these problems? The router is a Belkin N, if that helps anyone. I tried looking on their support page, but there was definitely no troubleshooting for anything like this. Any help anyone could give us would be greatly appreciated!
Edited by Rivndellelf, 03 September 2009 - 10:11 AM.