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Wireless internet keeps losing connectivity

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by jasyn, Jun 10, 2005.

  1. jasyn

    jasyn Network Guru Member

    i have 2 computers. the main computer (that i use) is connected to the internet via cable modem + wireless router (linksys WRT54G). the other computer is connected to the internet via wireless-g.

    i do not know what has been done to that computer, however it seems that everytime the computer boots up, it does not connect via wireless internet. it always loses "wireless connectivity".

    it is only until i go to the router settings ( and apply the wireless settings again that it will connect.

    *possibility* is that i tried setting up a network using the windows xp "network setup wizard" in order to share printers, but that totally failed because it would only work once, and never connect ever again. i'm uncertain how to get rid of the "network" that i setup.

    or it could be totally different. i do not know why the second computer that connects via wireless-g is acting up like this.

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