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wireless internet going out when on certain sites


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#1 darriencoel

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Posted 04 January 2012 - 01:44 AM

Hi, and thanks in advance for any help you might be able to provide.

I have been having issues with my wireless connection when on certain websites, mostly CastleEmpireOnline.com or facebook(but only when running games). The connection will drop out and as soon as the offending site is closed or refreshed the connection comes right back( sometimes i dont even need to refresh) I have absolutely no problems using a wired connection. Here are my specs:

System Summary
System Name : SCOTT-1675DDF17
User Name : scott
Domain : MSHOME
System Directory : C:\WINDOWS\system32

Processor
Name : AMD Athlon™ XP 3200+
Speed : 2199 MHz

Mainboard
Bus(es) : AGP PCI IMB USB i2c/SMBus
MP Support : 1 CPU(s)
MP APIC : Yes
System BIOS Version : KM400 - 42302e31

Video System
Monitor : Plug and Play Monitor
Adapter : VIA/S3G UniChrome IGP

Physical Storage Device
Harddisk : SAMSUNG SP1604N
Harddisk : Generic USB SD Reader USB Device
Harddisk : Generic USB CF Reader USB Device
Harddisk : Generic USB SM Reader USB Device
Harddisk : Generic USB MS Reader USB Device
CD-ROM/DVD : LITE-ON DVDRW SOHW-832S
CD-ROM/DVD : ASUS CD-S480/AH

Logical Storage Device
(C:) : 149.05 GB (41.55 GB Free Space) (NTFS)
CD-ROM/DVD (D:) : N/A
CD-ROM/DVD (E:) : N/A
CD-ROM/DVD (F:) : 0.00 MB (CDFS)
REMOVABLE DISK (G:) : -0.00 MB (-0.00 MB Free Space) ()
REMOVABLE DISK (H:) : -0.00 MB (-0.00 MB Free Space) ()
REMOVABLE DISK (I:) : -0.00 MB (-0.00 MB Free Space) ()
REMOVABLE DISK (J:) : -0.00 MB (-0.00 MB Free Space) ()

Peripheral
Serial/Parallel Port(s) : COM / 1 LPT
USB Controller/Hub : VIA Rev 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller
USB Controller/Hub : VIA Rev 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller
USB Controller/Hub : VIA Rev 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller
USB Controller/Hub : VIA Rev 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller
USB Controller/Hub : Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller
USB Controller/Hub : USB Root Hub
USB Controller/Hub : USB Root Hub
USB Controller/Hub : USB Root Hub
USB Controller/Hub : USB Root Hub
USB Controller/Hub : USB Root Hub
USB Controller/Hub : USB Mass Storage Device
Keyboard : Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard
Keyboard : HID Keyboard Device
Mouse : Logitech USB WheelMouse
Mouse : PS/2 Compatible Mouse
Mouse : Logitech USB WheelMouse

Mouse : HID-compliant mouse

Multimedia Device(s)
Device : Realtek AC'97 Audio for VIA ® Audio Controller

Operating System
Windows System : Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3 (Build 2600)

I am using a Belkin Wireless-G USB adapter. I have had this problem with 5 different connections in 5 different locations around town. Thanks again for any help.

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#2 jhayz

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Posted 04 January 2012 - 11:46 PM

Wired is more and always preferred and reliable as compared to connecting on wireless. Speed will not vary as they are capped depending on your ISP subscription speed.

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