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Old October 24th, 2021, 05:54 AM
The Dude The Dude is offline
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I wasnt sure wheather to put this on the networking base or here so if it fits better on that base,please move it

Sometimes when im surfing and I am idle for along time... Like tonight I went to make macaroni and cheese and left my browser open....... When I got back my screensaver was on of course and I moved the mouse to get my screen back. When I try to click on the page I was on it acts like there is no connection to the net,.. (It says page cannot be found instantly) I have to close the browser and re-open it to get it back... This didnt used to happen and im wondering if it could be this newer cable modem I have in here now

Does this happen to anyone else where your surfing and you goto do something and when you get back 1/2hr or more later its like you dont have a wifi connected.... You have to close browser and re-open......

Its been confusing me.. Why would the computer disable the Wifi especially if the browser is open!!

I understand if I unplug the cable modem while im playing a game and an hour later I plug it in but it wont re-connect (I have to re-boot usually then) its just very confusing.......
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Old November 14th, 2021, 07:18 PM
Ned Seagoon Ned Seagoon is offline
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Ah! You're in luck, according to the Michelson–Morley experiment, this natural phenomena may be explained by considering the luminiferous aether effect in the presence of both air and gravity within the terrestrial sphere. The problem occurs due to the release of vapor from the melted cheese covering the macaroni. This vapor causes the flux to incinerate the intransitive neither negative or positive field emanating from the WiFi path such that there no longer exists a homeric erebus to carry the signal between the source and the receiver.

The solution is to never heat cheese in any area in close proximity to a WiFi signal.

Air the room and reboot the devices should this inadvertently occur.
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Old November 14th, 2021, 10:27 PM
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Ah! You're in luck, according to the Michelson–Morley experiment, this natural phenomena may be explained by considering the luminiferous aether effect in the presence of both air and gravity within the terrestrial sphere. The problem occurs due to the release of vapor from the melted cheese covering the macaroni. This vapor causes the flux to incinerate the intransitive neither negative or positive field emanating from the WiFi path such that there no longer exists a homeric erebus to carry the signal between the source and the receiver.

The solution is to never heat cheese in any area in close proximity to a WiFi signal.

Air the room and reboot the devices should this inadvertently occur.
I would never ever have thought of that... Praise Neddie!!!
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Old November 21st, 2021, 01:55 AM
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Ah! You're in luck, according to the Michelson–Morley experiment, this natural phenomena may be explained by considering the luminiferous aether effect in the presence of both air and gravity within the terrestrial sphere. The problem occurs due to the release of vapor from the melted cheese covering the macaroni. This vapor causes the flux to incinerate the intransitive neither negative or positive field emanating from the WiFi path such that there no longer exists a homeric erebus to carry the signal between the source and the receiver.

The solution is to never heat cheese in any area in close proximity to a WiFi signal.

Air the room and reboot the devices should this inadvertently occur.
Ah man!!
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