Okay, I'm having this extremly odd problem with my internet connection. For the past 3 days I've been losing my connection to the internet every 5 minutes or so, and in order to fix it I'd have to restart both my router and cable modem (note: I've only tried disconnecting both together, not individually). However, a quick test with my ISP has confirmed that the link between my computer and them was fine. Anyway, here's the problem that I face. For the last 3 days I've been losing my connection to all my computers, and on all these 3 days it seems to happen around the same time. The quick fix for it was to restart both the modem and the router, however it happens every 5 minutes so it obviously can't continue that way. There was something that I noticed though. Every single time I lost my internet connection and I tried entering the router page (192.168.1.1), I noticed (heck, who wouldn't) that the entire layout has changed. It downgraded to a very very old firmware version (2001), which I have no idea why it did such a thing, since the router has wireless, but that firmware version does not support it. There's no logic for it to revert back to a firmware version which shouldn't be there anyway. After restarting the router it goes back to the 2006 version, and my connection's fine for awhile, but eventually it loses it again. It actually brought me to think that maybe it's not the connection that causes the firmware to downgrade, but the downgrade in firmware that causes me to lose my connection as it's not competible? Hope someone can help me. I'm really have no idea what's wrong, and my stupid father's screaming away at everyone because he's simply an ass. Screenshot of 2001 firmware version (not mine).