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Topic # 25107 12-Aug-2008 11:36
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I have a (DLINK DSL G604T) which seems to be disconnecting every 20 or so minutes, Im not sure whether its my MBoard (ASUS M2N32 SLI Deluxe) or the Router, the Router is still connecting to other physically attached computers (Cables), though will not work for me?

What Can I Do to fix this gets real annoying.

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  Reply # 156266 12-Aug-2008 13:18
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How long have you had this modem for? Dlinks usually come with a 3 year warranty so ring up the help desk and tell them of your problems. It may be you would benefit from one of the new Thompson modems.

If you have done your 12month term you can also take advantage of this offer: http://www.telecom.co.nz/modemoffer

I have just upgraded to a Thompson TG585 and so far it's been good, however recently they changed my BB port / service area to a closer area, so I get good sync rates and my Dlink worked good also, but it was making this sharp ear piercing noise that would drive me to turn my router off every night.

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  Reply # 156466 13-Aug-2008 06:38
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I Checked it Last Night after it stopped working, and the Router works for physically connected devices and also a laptops wireless connection, so I don't think it is the Router, it must be something to do with either my Wireless on MBoard or some settings? Any Ideas?

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  Reply # 156666 13-Aug-2008 18:28
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Have you tried connecting to a different wireless network (or borrow a friends wifi router?) and see if you have the same problems?

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