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My xbox kept losing signal and I just turned it off and back on again. It doesn't lose signal after that even though I'm supposed to have a strong signal. Maybe you should try it. It might or might not work.
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Posted 22 June 2011 - 10:12 PM
What WIFI adapter do you have? Not sure if that's the problem. It could be poor connection to your Modom/Router.
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Yeah depending on the adapter some xbox's cant use the new two antennae adapter but also your router could also have a dchip renew setting that after a while it renews your ip for your xbox which in many cases over wi-fi can take anywhere up to 5-10minutes.