|25 Dec 2009||#11|
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Has it completely stop working?
I would think when you reboot your devices, there is an order that you should do it in. I'm not saying this is 100% accurate but i've heard that if you have a modem to router, shutting down say a modem before the router (or just not shutting down the router) would render conflicts of IPs been routed. In this instance the modem needs to gives the router an IP to route so if it hasn't (during reboot), the router might not refresh etc.
If you mean the way I reboot the WAN LAN devices, I never do it. What I have is a ADSL router with built in IP-Phone hardware. It's Zyxel one P-2602R-D1A. About the IP, I can tell, that whatever crazy things I have done, the same IP always has persists.
Well, and I really doubt, that it has something to do with the WN LAN gears. It is something that has arrived with Windows 7.
I have installed lots of Windows XP's during the time, and always I just have had to install the Belkin box and after it has worked.
What I have tested is uninstalling my different cleaning tool, and I think I had an overview of what could have caused the issue, but again I'm confused. I have uninstalled Ccleaner/JV16/Superantispyware, and will do it again to see if I can get a pattern of what causes it, because I have in my mind, that it's maybe a registry issue or conflict of some sort.
But as mentioned it IS Win 7 related.
And Belkin is not of any help unfortunately.
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