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Wireless card dying?

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#1 fade2black001


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Posted 12 May 2015 - 07:12 PM

Every so often my internet speed just dies on me completely. I have to reset my connection to my network in order for it to work again. I have to disconnect from the router and reconnect to it in order for it to work again. This has been going on for some time now. Years off and on and today it just like the worst it has ever been. Just within the last 2 hours I had to reset the connection at least 10 times already. Its quite annoying. I never did like this card to begin with. and is over 4 years old now. I am also looking into getting a powerline adapter and hope it will fix all my problems.  


Thanks for any info or advice

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