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  1. regan1985 New Member

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    i have recently moved home and i have a few issues.

    netgear router lastest firmware dg834gt

    1) the pc that is directly connected to the router does not connect untill i repair and renew the ip address i have to do this everytime.it is running vista 32!

    2) my pc is using d-link pci dwl-510 and for some reason i loose connections and it says unidentified network and the i have to disable the card then enable reconnect then all is fine.but when i am trying to download this is a pain.and i have done a line test and my pc is only getting 1mb and when i did a line test downstairs it 6.6mb is my card to slow or somthing?

    sorry i know its a lot but want to give as much detail and hope some1 can help
  2. MiST91 Guest

    when i used to use vista x86 i had the exact same problem, and couldn't figure it out, i just decided it was down to vista because when i installed XP again my wired and wireless networks were fine.

    have you got another router you could try, to see if you have the same problems?

    as it is unlikley both your ethernet and wireless cards on your PC could develop problems at the same time lol
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  4. regan1985 New Member

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    thanks guys i i will try that later! that one problem maybe fixed what about my pc?

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