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I have a desktop computer that as of last night worked with the internest. This morning it did not. I have a home network. I also have laptops connected to a wireless router and they have no problem getting into the internet. Not sure waht to do. I am running Windows Vista Home Premium.

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Since a while back my internet access dies intermittently. I have a bunch of computers (mine, the kids, media stations etc.) in my network and one of them is configured to run two different instances of Windows: One for serious stuff (like work) and another for leisure. They're both Windows 7 Ultimate x64 instances and I use BootIt NG for this dual boot setup. Now, when I run the "work" instance I have no problems whatsoever but when I fire up the "game" instance internet dies off at irregular intervals, usually once or twice per hour.I've tried the usual stuff like resetting the IP stack (with ipconfig) and reinstalling the network card driver but the only thing that facilitatess is restarting the VDSL modem/router. I have also replaced the VDSL modem. What's really queer is that all other computers also looses internet access when this happens. And, if this wasn't strange enough, I never loose my WIFI, just the cabled network.

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Xirrus pictures =

1. taken from the back of the house (not connected to the network) where the laptop is used a majority of the time. Although the strength isn't the best, there didn't seem to be any problems in the two weeks prior to this.

2. taken from the same room as the modem and router, connected to the network, but with "limited/no connectivity"

Command Prompt:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002]
Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.


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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
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