Constant network drop work around (unsuitable for long term use)

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Networking' started by morrin, Sep 23, 2009.

  1. morrin

    morrin New Member

    Sep 23, 2009
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    System Specs:

    RC1 7 Ultimate
    Asus P5Q3
    Intel E8500
    4GB Gskill

    I have been dealing with a crazy amount of internet connection drops between hardwired and wireless. I have tried the following:

    WMP-300N card (constant disconnects)
    WMP-600N card (constant disconnects)
    WGA-600N Dual-Band Wireless-N Gaming Adapter (constant disconnects or won't connect)
    DAP-1522 Bridge (Constant Disconnects)

    All of those I have proven to work in a stable Vista 32 home install and are all stable in that environment. I have also proven that is not my service provider or Apple Router that I use as a main router from my 2 laptops, 2 iphones and other desktop.

    The only solution I have found to correct this issue of the constant internet dropouts is:

    Bridge the wireless connection of my laptop > D-Link DIR-655 and then LAN off the router. This seems completely obscene, but look at everything I have tried. Is there a certain protocol that just refreshes your connection if it drops under X bandwidth or goes over it? I do a ton of online gaming and really would love to keep a 64bit system as I run 8gb of ram. Thanks for any help in advance.
    #1 morrin, Sep 23, 2009
    Last edited: Sep 23, 2009

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