|04 Jul 2012||#4|
I think i get what you mean.
The problem you're facing is very well known and happens with some wireless hardware.
The problem is, Windows is scanning regularly for Wireless networks, even if you're already connected. While scanning, some wireless cards cannot do anything else (like actually exchanging packets), that's why the "hiccup" happens.
Fortunately the problem can easily be remedied with this software.
Home-WLAN Optimizer - Optimize wireless gaming, audio and video streaming...
Hope that helps!
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