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Old 05-01-2008, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, I Have a Problem with the Wireless in XP, What happens is when im Browsing the Net Generally my Wireless Router Doesnt do anything, it works fine then just... Stops, Out of nowhere. Sometimes i have to double click the Wireless Icon at bottom and click "Refresh Network List" then it comes on ?..

Its not Like im on Low signal Or anything..



My Wireless is D-Link DI-624

Windows XP Professional SP2


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Old 05-01-2008, 12:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Check your router settings and make sure you reset the router.
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What Settings shall i Check on the router.. ?
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Check your wep/wpa settings and your dhcp settings. Also check your xp nic drivers.
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random question: When you browse the available networks in your wireless client, do you show multiple connections at high signal strength?

reason:

You could be sharing channels/frequencies with other networks, thus confusing your connection.

2nd. You may want to make sure there are no electronic devices interfering with your signal as well... Ie. a simple wireless phone next to your modem/router could potentially confuse your signal as well.

There are many possibilities to this issue, we need to dig a tad deeper.
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I would make sure that all your wireless card drivers are up to date
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i have the same problem now and again.
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