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wireless constantly disconnecting

Discussion in 'Networking' started by nicagirl, Feb 16, 2013.

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  1. nicagirl

    nicagirl Thread Starter

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    Hi

    I have a HP Pavilion g6 with a RT5390 802.11 b/g/n wifiadapter version 3.2.13.0.

    The problems started when my brother-in-law changed the IDand password to the connection. Sincethen even though the signal is listed as strong the wireless disconnects aboutevery 2 mins. It takes several times tomanually reconnect each time and then 2 mins later it will disconnectagain. The trouble shooter sometimessays it cannot be fixed and other times says it has fixed it, but yet again 2mins later the same thing will happen.

    I have re-booted the laptop several times and also turnedthe modem on and off. Allow the compiterto turn off this device is unchecked and the roaming sensitivity is set tohighest. According to the adapter propertiesthe device is working properly.

    Please con someone help? I am afraid I am not very computer savvy

    thanks
     
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    nicagirl Thread Starter

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    Xirrus jpg attached. My network is Familia Guzman
     

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    Make sure you have the latest wireless driver from HP's web site.

    Your signal is too weak; try closer to the router where the signal is at least -70 dBm (closer to zero is better).

    With the other networks shown your best channel would be 11, or maybe 10 or 9.
     
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