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Interference? Try changing the channel the router uses for wireless. Also try moving the router location.
Are there other wireless devices in the upstairs room? If so, try disconnecting them and see what happens.
Edit: You could also try replacing the routers antenna (if it has one) with one that is moveable and amplified, something like this: D-Link - ANT24-0700 - 7dBi Omni-Directional Indoor Antenna at TigerDirect.com
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