The only thing I can think of is that you might have some RF interference. Wireless networks usually run at 2.4GHz and anything else that is close to that most of the time overpowers it. Some RF sources could be from a wireless phone, microwave, TV's, etc.
hi, my computer uses a D-Link AirPlus DWL-G520 Wireless network card to access my network. i have a linksys amd300 as my modem for adsl2 which is then connected to a d-link DI-624. recently i have changed a few of the router settings for both of them (trying to forward a few ports ect.) but in the end i must have done something wrong because i could no longer access the internet on my computer thats connected through wirelessly. to fix this i just reset the routers back to factory settings (basicly what i did when i first got them and was seting them up) which allowed me to access the internet again but now for some reason i can not figure out why i lose sync to the net every few minutes even though i have good signal strength. it only last for a two or three seconds then it reconnects. in my network sharing center it shows that my connection to the dlink is fine but my connection to the net drops out. My connection was working perfictly fine before i started to fiddle with the settings so iam assuming it isnt a hardware issue or a firmware issue (have updated them though since). iam using windows vista 32bit. i was wondering what steps i could take to try and solve the problem because it is effecting my programs that require a uniterrupted connect. thanks for any help you can provide.