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Constantly having to disconnect and reconnect to in-house WiFi

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  1. yuomi

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    Hi,

    Forgive the very newb style of post, I'm quite the Luddite. I'm running Windows8 on a Samsung Chronos Series 780Z. For the last couple of days, with increasing frequency, I will have to disconnect and reconnect to the WiFi in order to do anything. Windows processes have all slowed down considerably too, though a Task Manager check doesn't suggest anything untoward. For example, it is taking at least two seconds formmy hitting the keys for letters to appear in this post.

    Any help/advice anyone can offer is much appreciated! Thanks in advance.
     
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    For example I had to try and submit this post 4 times via discon./recon. before it finally took....!
     
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    Tell us more about your WiFi router and connection to the internet?

    Make and model of the Modem, Router and the internet provider?
     
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