Wireless Disconnects

Buffalo technology Nfiniti wireless rout...
April 11, 2010 at 13:07:40
Specs: Windows XP, AMD2 Plus, 3GB RAM

Hi all

I keep losing my wireless internet connection.
Intermittently, my connection is lost and I get
the message that the page cannot be found. I
need to repair my wireless connection in
order to surf the net after that. Its quite
grinding. Here are the details of my PC and
my internet connection;

Motherboard GF8100VM-M5
Motherboard Manufacturer Elite group
Motherboard Serial Number 15-K67-011003
X3 8450
Processor Socket AM2 Plus
Memory 3GB DDR2 800MHz
Power Supply CiT Pentium P4 500 Watt
Operating System XP Professional Service
Pack 3
CdRom Device
Audio chipset VIA High Definition onboard
audio VT1708AB
Operating System XP Professional Service
Pack 3

Internet Connection
Connection type Wireless
Wireless Adapter Buffalo Nfinity
Network provider BT Broadband
Router BT Home Hub 2
Encryption type WPA2
Internet browsers in use Chrome and Firefox,
same problem with both
Firewall used Zonealarm - It is not the
firewall; I have turned it off and still had the

The router is in another room but is not too
far away.


Changed the router channel
Uninstalled my firewall
Uninstalled the wireless utility of the
adapter's manufacturer and gone back to the
Window's utilltiy

Nothing has worked

Thanks in advance for any help.

Thanks in advance for helping me.

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April 12, 2010 at 17:11:28
Download, update & run anti malware from malwarebytes.org

How do you know when a politician is lying? His mouth is moving.

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April 25, 2010 at 10:57:55

Thanks for that suggestion. I did that and its a very good program
. However, it has not solved my problem.

Do you have any other suggestions

Thanks in advance.

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April 25, 2010 at 19:37:58
I don't know enough about BT but run ipconfig /all & post the output. Maybe there is a clue in there.

You can also do the same with hijack this if you think there is a chance that there still might be some malware.

How do you know when a politician is lying? His mouth is moving.

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April 30, 2010 at 03:31:52


I appear to have solved my problem, though the solution is very
strange. I plugged an Ethernet cable into the BT home hub router
in order see if a wired connection experience the same drop-outs
and it did not.

After I removed the wired connection and re-connected wirelessly,
my wireless connection was fine.

Like so many things about wireless networking, to me at least, this
is very strange.

Thanks for your help and if anybody know why this has worked I
would be interested.

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April 30, 2010 at 14:01:50
It's strange to me too but as I said, I don't know much about BT. At least the problem is solved.

How do you know when a politician is lying? His mouth is moving.

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April 30, 2010 at 14:19:30
You most probably have a bad WiFi connection. Just because it says you have excellent signal strength does not mean you do not have a lot of noise on that channel. Try changing your Wireless Channel, I suggest using channel 9.

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