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Network data corruption

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when i try to connect to a server in bf2 i get a "Network Data Corruption Error"

i have also noticed a drop in speeds over my Wireless Connection

The connection to the router is "Excellent" but the speeds are down when my dad is on BF2

this is a problem that started 3-4 days ago.

before this he could play bf2 and i could browse or play bf2 at the same time

Atm it takes about 5 mins to load up a webpage.

any ideaS?
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Well I would try the follwoing.

1. Update the Routers Firmware
2. Reset the router from the Reset Button and start over
3. Password that Wireless connection With WEP or shared Key password as someone may be stealing your bandwidth. Or if you have a passwordf then please change it.
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