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no wireless connection with belkin router

Discussion in 'Networking' started by gabesgirl, Sep 26, 2008.

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  1. gabesgirl

    gabesgirl Thread Starter

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    My wireless internet connection to my desktop was working fine until about a week ago, I have a belkin g wireless router and the usb adapter that goes with it. The computer that I am having trouble with is mine that is located in the basement ( I haven't moved any furniture around but I did clean all the junk in the basement) The router is connected to my sisters computer on the main level of the house. I talked to the guys from belkin, we got it too work for like 5 minutes then it quit again. I have no internet activity but i can sometimes get the wireless connected. I need help!!!!
     
  2. pedroguy

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    Hi and welcome to TSG:
    Two things we generally suggest to try first in connection issues:
    Change the wireless channel being used(do this through the router's admin page).Channels 1/6/11 in US are preferred.
    Make sure that you have the latest firmware update for the router.Perhaps the Belkin Techs already checked that,but it needs to be confirmed.
    These two things fix a great many of the wireless connection issues that we see here.So try these first and see if the situation changes in any way.
     
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