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Check your modem I had 3 burn up and had to have cable company connect me to a new line
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They know dick about computers.
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my computer used to that... changed the mobo and it stopped
not by choice... OCing run gone bad when the cpu fan stopped and i didnt notice with all the other fans running...
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post #14 of 22
My connection did the same thing till i updated the firmware.
Also try restarting the router every 2-3 days, Keeps it fresh.
Try one of these updates for it..
http://support.dlink.com/products/vi...tid=DGL%2D4300
Good luck !
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my computer used to that... changed the mobo and it stopped
not by choice... OCing run gone bad when the cpu fan stopped and i didnt notice with all the other fans running...


it's not the computer, every rig on the network do this at the same time
    
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it's not the computer, every rig on the network do this at the same time
Same as mine. Lets revolt! and try and get it fixed.
    
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post #17 of 22
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My connection did the same thing till i updated the firmware.
Also try restarting the router every 2-3 days, Keeps it fresh.
Try one of these updates for it..
http://support.dlink.com/products/vi...tid=DGL%2D4300
Good luck !
Also monitor this , check to see if you have abnormal packet loss.
http://support.dlink.com/faq/view.as...20/%20DGL-4300
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no dice on the cable front
    
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Replace the cable going from the modem to the router, that would affect all the computers
Actually, this is totally untrue, all machines would lose internet if it was that cable, but they would still recognize a network connection as long as they are still connected to a router.

What's the setup on your network?
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Originally Posted by Cypher^64 View Post
Actually, this is totally untrue, all machines would lose internet if it was that cable, but they would still recognize a network connection as long as they are still connected to a router.

What's the setup on your network?


what do you mean setup?

i have one MAC, 2 PCs plugged in, and a laptop using the wireless connection. but even when all of them are OFF, and only my rig is ON, the same message keep appearing every half hour, or so.

the only change i made in the router configuration is choosing a password, and securing th wireless connection.

this is getting really annoying, and my roommates are getting pissed.


can i go back to an older firmware?
    
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