wireless network connection, keeps disconnecting

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talha02

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hi
i was just wondering if someone could help me with this problem i m having with my wireless netwrok.
ok so i just installed a wireless netwrok adapter on my other computer. nd after i did that my own computer keeps disconnecting and loosing connection. i dunt noe why this is happening. it gets really annoying because when i m surfing on the net it just losses connection.
can n e one tell me how to fix this problem
thanx in advance
 

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Please describe your entire network, brand and model of modem, router, etc., and how everything is connected.

Are other computers also losing connection? If so, at the same time?
 

talha02

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So basically, I have 4 computers connected to this network.
Wireless router: d-link wireless g router rangebooster
Computers:
1.Connected thru Wireless card (don’t know the name)
2.Connected thru wireless adapter (hawkings)
3.Connected thru wireless adapter (trendnet)
4.Connected thru wireless adapter (beliken)
And yes they do all disconnect @ the same time
 

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If the router is losing its connection to the modem see if there is a firmware upgrade for it.

If the computers are losing connection to the router suspect wireless interference, such as from a 2.4Ghz cordless phone or another wireless network on the same or close channel as yours.
 

talha02

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Ok I will see if there iz a firmware upgrade for it

But how do I check bout the phone? And how do I find out if another wireless network is on the same or close channel as mine?

thanx fo the help so far. appriciate it.
 

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Phone check: unplug the base station and remove the handset's battery or hide the handset far away where it cannot interfere.

Your wireless utility(ies) should be able to detect (most) networks in your area; you may have to click on "details" or something like that to see the channels. Or download NetStumbler www.netstumbler.com to see all the networks and channels at once.

Or, you can just try different channels. In North America the non interfering channels are 1, 6 and 11. If you are in a crowded area (e.g., apartment) you may have to try others.
 
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