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« on: July 19, 2004, 08:01:32 PM »

***Now sorted thanks to all who helped***Smiley

Recently bought a new PC (PC1) running WinXP Home (AMD Athlone 3Gb 64bit processor, 200Gb HDD & 1024Mb RAM). Broadband internet connected directly to this PC (at 576 Kbps) with an external USB ADSL modem. Printer & Scanner combo also connected to this PC via USB port.

Also have my old PC (PC2) running WinXP Home (AMD Athlone 1Gb 32 bit processor, 20Gb HDD & 256Mb RAM).

Have networked both with Inexq 802.11b/g 2.4Gh wirless PCI adapters & both seem to be talking to each other with
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« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2004, 10:27:38 PM »

Hello there

Your problem is due to the external radio perturbations.
- Check if you don't have any other wireless network in your area. If you have one try to change the chanel of your network.

- Check if you have an alarm (no, no i'm not joking. I know it's difficult to beleave but if you have one just try to disable it, and you will see by you self).

Explanation: usualy this problem appear when 2 radiofrequencies run at nearly the same timing in the same area.
Exemple: one network at 2 400 120 012 hz and an other at 2 400 120 020 hz if you put these 2 networks in the same area you will experience exacly the same problem as you meet at this time.

By Angel115 ;-)
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