connection stalls screws up voice convos

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Giraph

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ugh... i have dsl and a wireless router and every now and then the connection stops then starts again for like2 s econds... and it completely ruins voice convos... so its always skipping... so idk... anyone else havin this problem or a solution?
 

JohnWill

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Well, the first place to start is to give a lot more details on exactly what you're doing. Are you communicating wirelessly? What O/S, router, DSL or cable, etc.
 

Giraph

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Originally posted by johnwill:
Are you communicating wirelessly?
lol did u read my post? ha... i have windows xp, and yeah i have a wireless connection, and i have DSL and anyways.... what do you need? u want all my system specs? i dont think those matter but if you want i can give you them, i just want it to stop stalling... i have a USB router reciever, and USB 2.0 and let's see... DI 614+ router, from dlink, and my monitor is about 16" lol... need anything else?
 

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Well, I have a wireless router too, but my D-Link DI-614+ happens to have four wired connections, and that's how this machine is connected. :)

I think the first thing I'd try is to connect a PC directly to the DSL modem and see if the issue remains. I see no pauses like that with my router, so I don't think it's a design flaw. Did you check and update to the latest firmware in the router?
 
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