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This has been a problem that comes off and on. I came home and turned both of my computers on. My desktop and my laptop. They both did not connect to my router automatically. They both saw the router and had excellent signal strength but they both failed at reconnecting.

So what I did to remedy this was turn the router off then back on. This solved the issue. But whenever I would re-boot any of the computers it did not work. One time when I was rebooting my laptop I was getting an Ip conflict from windows, but it said it straightened everything out.

To remedy this problem I had to turn a computer that is hardwired to the router on and it solved the problems that I have been having.

My question is why? What did turning the hard wired computer on have to do with anything?
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A very big SHO
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Q9550 4.0ghz 1.3v Winter, 3.4ghz @ 1.20v GA-EP45-UD3R F9 BFG 9800gtx+OC 512mb 775/2000/1177 G-skill 1066 blue heatspreaders 4Gb 8 soon 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
Western Digital 640 Samsung 830 SSD 2 Western Digital WD10EZEX Raid 0 Sony Optiarc 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Noctua Nh-u12p Windows Xp home 32bit and windows 7 64bit dell 17, Dell P2414H Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
650watt earthwatt Antec 300 Logitech G500 Martin Guitar and CO. 
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