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Wireless Network Disconnected

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  1. num

    num Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    I have purchased a Netgear RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit Router and I am running at the speed of 300 mbps and I am constantly getting disconnected. My receiver Netgear RangeMax Next Wireless-N USB 2.0 Adapter also capable of 300 mbps but I am constantly loosing signal, the internet stops working all together. I have checked with my modem, there is no problem. My computer and receiving and router sit all in the same place as I had with my G network and there was no problems with G but I have issues with the N Draft 802.11n network. Why? How can I fix this?
     
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    By "constantly loosing signal" do you mean that the router's signal "disappears" and you can no longer detect it? How do you recover (regain a connection to the router)?

    What OS are you using?
     
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    I do not essentially lose the "signal" but I am no longer able to use the internet.

    I am using Windows XP I have made no changes to the firewall or anything like that so everything is open. I have another computer which has no firewall or anything like that and is still experiencing similar issues.
     
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    So, the router's signal remains OK, but you have two computers that lose the connection? Or just cannot access the internet? How do you recover?
     
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    i actually have 3 computers, two wireless and one wired. All stop having the ability to use the Internet. i just wait it out
     
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    Is the router losing its connection to the modem? If so, look for a firmware upgrade, and then reset it to factory default settings and reconfigure it.

    Or are all the computers losing their connections to the router?
     
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    all computers are looking connection, there is no power loss.
     
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