Wireless Network Connection Problem

  Spr 19:06 01 Sep 09

I’m using Vista 64bits
Over the past few weeks around 11.30pm I have lost my wireless internet connection. Going to Start, Setting, Network Connection I find Wireless Network Connection has a red cross next to it.

Opening the Icon going to diagnose I find my Router is not listed, BT Voyager.
Using Disable/Enable, Connect/Disconnect, Diagnose sometimes work.

I have also switched the Router off, left it for 5/10 minutes it some times come back on.

The Router is close to my PC, where it has been since it was installed a few years. I have never had a problem before.

I must stress this is intermitting fault

  mooly 19:11 01 Sep 09

If it occurs at the same time try changing the router channel. Maybe someone/something else is nearby and on a related channel.

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