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Windows keeps telling me my network cable has been upplugged and signs off aim, slower downloads, and stops downloads. I have a cable modem which i have hooked up to my d-link router (i think the routers the problem) then out to my two computers. I called my cable provider and they see no problems with my connection on their part. I have all my drivers updated also. What could be the problem? If it is the router can you point me into the direction of a nice wireless router. Thanks!
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Windows keeps telling me my network cable has been upplugged and signs off aim, slower downloads, and stops downloads. I have a cable modem which i have hooked up to my d-link router (i think the routers the problem) then out to my two computers. I called my cable provider and they see no problems with my connection on their part. I have all my drivers updated also. What could be the problem? If it is the router can you point me into the direction of a nice wireless router. Thanks!
I had that same problem...It turned out that I had a defective ethernet chip set on my motherboard. It was a DFI MOBO. I sent the motherboard out last week and they are replaceing it....call you mobo company
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Windows keeps telling me my network cable has been upplugged and signs off aim, slower downloads, and stops downloads. I have a cable modem which i have hooked up to my d-link router (i think the routers the problem) then out to my two computers. I called my cable provider and they see no problems with my connection on their part. I have all my drivers updated also. What could be the problem? If it is the router can you point me into the direction of a nice wireless router. Thanks!
Before you go replacing the router, have you tried connecting the Modem directly to your pc to see if the problems still occurs? If it really is the router then don't go out and buy a new router, d-link is a fine company and I'm sure they will take the router back if it's still under warranty. If not, I would suggest D-link or Linksys for routers. I've had both and no problems with either one.
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Try what exad said, IMO stay away from Linksys. I currently have one and its horrible for wireless~ use it as wired right now. My friend has had two D-Link's and they never give him any problems. May want to check into a better wireless card~ or you might be losing connection over something interfering. Try changing the frequency the wireless is on if you can. Wireless phones sometimes can interfere with them.
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its not is modem/router...It's his mobo because I think he said that he has another computer hooked up to it.
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its not is modem/router...It's his mobo because I think he said that he has another computer hooked up to it.
Yeah but he didn't say if all the computers connected were suffering the same symptoms so he'll have to point that out to us when/if he responds
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You get get ethernet cards for extereamly cheap, that could be tons easier then replacing the motherboard if you have a spare PCI slot.
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