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mkny24
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Wireless connectivity problem!

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Just bought a new laptop. It connects to the router fine but I lose internet connection every few seconds. The internet connection goes on and off. Local connection stays on and it says limited connectivity.. Can barely open one page before I lose connection. Laptop works fine on all other wireless networks. I tried it on another fios connection and it did the same thing.

I don't seem to have any problems w/thPs3 hooked wirelessly. My main computer is wired and works fine as well.

Please help!

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mkny24
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I changed the channel to 10 and it seems to be working so far.

 

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TimSykes
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Try to change your wireless channel to 11, and not auto. There maybe some interference from other wireless devices like wireless phones, a wire less mouse keyboard etc. It may not be effecting the PS3 because it is not near any wireless device. I would assume you are using a wireless mouse and that can kill it. 
mkny24
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I do Have a Wireless Mouse and Keyboard. I will give that a try later, but like I said It happened on someone elses fios network as well. I will try changing the channel and report back,

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I changed the channel to 10 and it seems to be working so far.

 

Thanks!!!

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TimSykes
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you want to make my post as the solution, so people know where to look for the info. 
BallJack
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How do I do this changing of wireless channel?  Is this in the computer or the wireless router?
mattheww50
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It is done on the router. The wireless card in the computer looks at all channels available in attempting to establish a connection. In other words it is up to the PC to find the wireless network.

In your browser type in http://192.168.1.1

That will connect you to the router.

You will have to log in at somepoint, but pick wireless, and go to basic security settings. Item 3 is channel. Default is automatic, but you can set it to a specific channel 1-11. You may have to try several channels to find the one that works best.

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