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Old 05-29-2008
Dag Magnus Bardal
 

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D-Link DIR-655 Wireless problems
Okey, so here's the deal.

I have a 16.000kbps ADSL2+ broadband,
and a D-Link DIR-655 Wireless Router connected to it.

Currently I have a laptop, a stationary computer, and my xbox 360 connected
to it. All wireless.

Everything is fine when I have only one connected at a time,
but when I connect my stationary and my xbox 360 at the same time, it seems
like I get a crash somewhere now and then, and I cant figure out what it is.

When I logon COD4 to play, I get 'connection interrupted' every.. ~15-30min,
wich causes me to go offline.

When I download anything on my stationary, it seems like the internet
connection 'goes down', or 'hangs' for ~20secs.
That would be the same problem on both systems (x360 and PC).

I have tried to lock an IP to their MAC-Adresses, so an IP-Conflict could
not be possible.

I have UPNP enabled, and all ports etc.
Still this is happening.

Anyone got any ideas?
Would be appriciated alot

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Old 05-29-2008
Melodee J
 

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RE: Low Disk Space Message
I keep getting a message that says:
LOW DISK SPACE: "you are running out of disk space on RECOVERY (D. To free
space on this drive by deleting old or unnecessary files, click here...
However, when I click I see only the area to delete files from the C: drive.
I see nothing about the D: drive. My Windows is Vista - Home Basic. Does
anyone had any suggestions?

"Dag Magnus Bardal" wrote:
> Okey, so here's the deal.
> > I have a 16.000kbps ADSL2+ broadband,

> and a D-Link DIR-655 Wireless Router connected to it.
>> Currently I have a laptop, a stationary computer, and my xbox 360 connected

> to it. All wireless.
> > Everything is fine when I have only one connected at a time,

> but when I connect my stationary and my xbox 360 at the same time, it seems
> like I get a crash somewhere now and then, and I cant figure out what it is.
>> When I logon COD4 to play, I get 'connection interrupted' every.. ~15-30min,

> wich causes me to go offline. When I download anything on my stationary, it seems like the internet connection 'goes down', or 'hangs' for ~20secs. That would be the same problem on both systems (x360 and PC).
>
> I have tried to lock an IP to their MAC-Adresses, so an IP-Conflict could
> not be possible.
>
> I have UPNP enabled, and all ports etc.
> Still this is happening.
>
> Anyone got any ideas?
> Would be appriciated alot
>

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Old 05-29-2008
Mick Murphy
 

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RE: D-Link DIR-655 Wireless problems
Why have you multi-posted????????????????
Cross post; NOT this way!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You have answers in different Newsgroups!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
--
Mick Murphy - Qld - Australia


"Dag Magnus Bardal" wrote:

> Okey, so here's the deal.
>
> I have a 16.000kbps ADSL2+ broadband,
> and a D-Link DIR-655 Wireless Router connected to it.
>
> Currently I have a laptop, a stationary computer, and my xbox 360 connected
> to it. All wireless.
>
> Everything is fine when I have only one connected at a time,
> but when I connect my stationary and my xbox 360 at the same time, it seems
> like I get a crash somewhere now and then, and I cant figure out what it is.
>
> When I logon COD4 to play, I get 'connection interrupted' every.. ~15-30min,
> wich causes me to go offline.
>
> When I download anything on my stationary, it seems like the internet
> connection 'goes down', or 'hangs' for ~20secs.
> That would be the same problem on both systems (x360 and PC).
>
> I have tried to lock an IP to their MAC-Adresses, so an IP-Conflict could
> not be possible.
>
> I have UPNP enabled, and all ports etc.
> Still this is happening.
>
> Anyone got any ideas?
> Would be appriciated alot
>

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Old 05-29-2008
Mick Murphy
 

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RE: Low Disk Space Message
Start your own thread!!!!
DON'T jump into someone else's question!

LEAVE D: ALONE It is to take your computer back to factory standards!
And STOP saving files to it!
--
Mick Murphy - Qld - Australia


"Melodee J" wrote:

> I keep getting a message that says:
> LOW DISK SPACE: "you are running out of disk space on RECOVERY (D. To free
> space on this drive by deleting old or unnecessary files, click here...
> However, when I click I see only the area to delete files from the C: drive.
> I see nothing about the D: drive. My Windows is Vista - Home Basic. Does
> anyone had any suggestions?
>
> "Dag Magnus Bardal" wrote:
> > Okey, so here's the deal.
> > > I have a 16.000kbps ADSL2+ broadband,

> > and a D-Link DIR-655 Wireless Router connected to it.
> >> Currently I have a laptop, a stationary computer, and my xbox 360 connected

> > to it. All wireless.
> > > Everything is fine when I have only one connected at a time,

> > but when I connect my stationary and my xbox 360 at the same time, it seems
> > like I get a crash somewhere now and then, and I cant figure out what it is.
> >> When I logon COD4 to play, I get 'connection interrupted' every.. ~15-30min,

> > wich causes me to go offline. When I download anything on my stationary, it seems like the internet connection 'goes down', or 'hangs' for ~20secs. That would be the same problem on both systems (x360 and PC).
> >
> > I have tried to lock an IP to their MAC-Adresses, so an IP-Conflict could
> > not be possible.
> >
> > I have UPNP enabled, and all ports etc.
> > Still this is happening.
> >
> > Anyone got any ideas?
> > Would be appriciated alot
> >

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