underdone Posted June 17, 2008 Author Share Posted June 17, 2008 (edited) What mode are your trying to connect as? (b or g) if you force it too a single mode (either b or g) will it stay connect for longer, do you have any other machines that are connecting to this wireless? if you try to connect to other wireless access points with x60 does it connect fine? lets see if we can't narrow down where the issue is.I'm trying to connect as n (not b or g). When I get home tonight I will try forcing n only. Although that will break the one other computer that uses it.I have one other machine that connects to the wireless. I have tried disabling it to no avail.I haven't had any problems with wireless on other networks.try it both ways as well, force your router to only b or g and force the wireless card to only do B or G as well, then try forcing N for both.I'm shocked. This router does not allow me to force a certain wireless mode.I've uploaded a screenshot to remove any doubt.edit: I've also tried enabling the so-called "Protected Mode" in the router without any luck. Edited June 17, 2008 by underdone Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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