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connection goes off line after some while !

By animemanga
Sep 15, 2006
  1. hi
    i kinda have these problem where all of a sudden my connection goes off line. is there anyway to get connected again. i mean the model is fully fuctioning but when i visit a site there a small icon on the bottom showing that am working off line. then it says that i have click connect but it never connects.
    so any ideas ?
     
  2. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 13,446   +324

    make and model of your adaptor?

    unconditionally, update the firmware.
     
  3. animemanga

    animemanga TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 98

    soz for ont repling it went workinf off again.
    my modem is a motorola cable modem
    adapter make: LEI. leader electronic inc
    model no :48120080-82

    i dnt know wat to do no more.
     
  4. animemanga

    animemanga TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 98

    Aint There Any One Who Can Help
     
  5. sultan_emerr

    sultan_emerr TS Rookie Posts: 61

    Have you recently uninstalled/deleted and spyware/malware?

    In addition to the firmware update suggested by jobeard, make sure your drivers are updated.

    Are you using wired or wireless?

    Try unplugging and reconnecting you cable connection, your modem and your router. Also try holding the reset button in for a minute. If that doesn't help, choose the repair option by opening command-prompt > ipconfig /release > ipconfig /renew

    Are you getting a popup message that says, "Limited or no connectivity" ?

    Call your ISP and ask them if they are having any problems on their end, just to be sure. If nothing else helps, tell them you want someone to come out and check your lines andconnections.
     
  6. animemanga

    animemanga TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 98

    actually
    my problem as i mentioned above has nothing to do with the modem.
    modem works perfect the problem is that connection goes offwork.
    anyway i solved the problem so thanx
     
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