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I was using internet on my laptop with a WiFi connection and it started disconnecting. Now my laptop connects to the router, but then disconnects itself again in few minutes.

I have got two laptops – both are facing the same problem although the phones are working fine on the WiFi. I reset the router, reinstalled Windows and I also replaced the router – but still nothing has worked.

What could be the problem?

I had been using internet on the same laptop and same router for 7 months, ths problem suddenly started while i was using internet.

Windows:7 Router: Huawei 523a but i have also tried an other router but the problem remains unchanges.

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Please be more specific about the router models, your operating system, et cetera. Do you remember when this problem started to happen? How long has it been? Using a spell checker would be recommended. Thanks! –  slhck Apr 14 '13 at 8:44
    
If you want people to answer your question you should be more specific. This question is to vague and the range of possible solutions is to broad. –  Mogget Apr 14 '13 at 8:54
    
I had been using internet on the same laptop and same router for 7 months, ths problem suddenly started while i was using internet. Windows:7 Router: Huawei 523a but i have also tried an other router but the problem remains unchanges. –  user216902 Apr 14 '13 at 13:59
    
Is the problem the laptop getting disconnected from the router or from the Internet? When the connection drops, can you still reach the router? –  David Schwartz Apr 14 '13 at 14:06
    
When i restart the router, the laptop connects the router and the internet works fine but after few minutes the connection with the router keeps on disconnecting and internet completely stops working although the internet works fine on the mobile phones but it does not work on the laptops. –  user216902 Apr 14 '13 at 14:21
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