Vista network inconsistent


  1.    28 Aug 2008 #1
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    Vista network inconsistent



    I have a hp laptop with windows vista home and a desktop with windows
    vista home. My problem is sometimes I can see and access the network
    and other times I can't see it. If I reboot sometimes the network is
    accessible sometimes it isn't. This is terribly frustrating since my
    desktop also is connected to my printer. I've been reading alot of
    posts about this and can't find a solution. HELP.


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  2.    28 Aug 2008 #2
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    Re: Vista network inconsistent


    What kind of internet do you use, wireless? If you have two computers experiencing this problem it may be your internet provider.

    When you do get a connection (if you use wireless) how stong is the signal?
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  3.    28 Aug 2008 #3
    Jack \(MVP-Networking\). Guest

    Re: Vista network inconsistent


    Hi
    Might be environmental noise try to change the transmission channel of the
    Wireless Router (1 or 11 are good choices).
    http://www.ezlan.net/wbars.html
    Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)

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    > I have a hp laptop with windows vista home and a desktop with windows
    > vista home. My problem is sometimes I can see and access the network
    > and other times I can't see it. If I reboot sometimes the network is
    > accessible sometimes it isn't. This is terribly frustrating since my
    > desktop also is connected to my printer. I've been reading alot of
    > posts about this and can't find a solution. HELP.
    >
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