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Laptop losing connection to WPA2 network often! 4m away from router?


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#1 Pajajn

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Posted 27 August 2010 - 10:07 AM

Hello :thumbsup:
I have this annoying problem only on my Laptop computer which we got from school..
Its nothing wrong on the system specifications its a dualcore with 2gb memmory and so on

But everytime im home my laptop losing connection to our router often.
My router is a Belkin G+ Mimo with WPA no radious server (WPA2+WPA) or something like that in encryption
Its the same problem with just WPA.

I could be on "www.facebook.com" like now for a couple of minutes ago, and the site only loading, but nothing happens
And then the tray icon with Internet comes with a noice and a little square "Signal strengt Excelent, You are now connected to Belkin_G_Plus_MIMO_000113"
And after this message the internet is working again :flowers:

There is only 2 thin walls from the laptop and the Router which has two antenns aswell and Excelent in signal strengt all the time so this is quite annoying..
We all having F-Secure with newest signature base installed so its no virus or somethhin

Windows XP Service pack 3

Please help with this problem
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Posted 27 August 2010 - 10:12 AM

And as you could see im not doing anything on the computer but still im getting this problem?
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Posted 02 September 2010 - 04:25 AM

Ever tried changing the channels on the Belkin device?
Hardware tech when I was in college.
1st job was a network support for SOHO
2nd job was lappy tech
3rd Job way out of my league but its nice...




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