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fent

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fent says:

completlely off topic,, BUT

:smiledoes any one have any ideas why my B T router keeps cutting out on me when watching you tube and the likes,,,,, its doing me nut in!!!!!!:wink:

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thebigpicture

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fent

Give BT a quick call mate, not had probs like that with my BT router?

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preunit

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preunit says:

What version are you using?

If its a 1 or 1.5 then try changing the wireless channel from auto to manual.

Worked for us.

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newbiebikerboy

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try changing your wireless channel to either 3, 6 or 11. These are the non overlapping channels as you may be getting interference. 

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stevebaldy

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stevebaldy says:

as newbie

said, try changing the channel on the router, mine kept 'dropping out' at peak times, but since changing channels, have had no such problems...

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fent

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fent says:

channels???

:dopeyhmmmm:thanks for the advice,but becouse im a bit slow I cant seem to see any way of changing the channel..theres nothing on the router...good job im just a handyman :lol:

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preunit

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preunit says:

Changing channels

Open BT home hub

Click   to view or change settings here

Enter user name and pass word

Click advanced top left at bottom

Click continue to advanced

Click wireless

Change channel selection setting via drop down box to manual

Then change the channel via drop down box try as

newbiebikerboy suggests either 3,6 or 11 saying this 9

works for us.

Click apply,job done

You can keep change channels till you find one that works best for you.

:winkie:

 

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used2bfast

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used2bfast says:

Can anybody

do the same for me, I'm on tiscali, and its forever dropping out!:wacko:

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