Losing signal from my D-link router Tags: Connectivity Laptops Routers D-Link Toshiba Wireless Networking Last response: November 26, 2009 9:49 AM in Wireless Networking Share timwhaley November 26, 2009 4:57:04 AM from my D-link router to my a-500 toshiba laptop i drop signal,can you help me? More about : losing signal link router Anonymous a b D Laptop November 26, 2009 9:49:21 AM Try raising the router above furniture level. Experiment with different channels as they work better and worse in various environments. If you can detect neighbouring wifi move to a channel 5 stops from strongest. Relocate cordless phone base or video sender away from computer or router. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Keep losing connection with dlink router Forum My new d-link dir 615 router wont pick up internet signal Forum Dlink router picking up network signals Forum my wireless router over heats and loses wireless signal why is that Forum Lose signal even with router plugged in directly Forum D-Link Powerline adaptors losing connection after few days Forum SolvedAdding a third router via Dlink powerline devices stops the Wi-Fi on the main Wi-Fi network. Forum SolvedWhat is D-Link DES-3200-28 switcher? Can i use him as router? Forum SolvedPC losing screen signal during gaming Forum SolvedDlink dir-600 router problem Forum SolvedDLINK dwl2100ap wont repeat signal and internet access from dlink dsl2640u Forum SolvedUse D-Link router as Wi-Fi adapter Forum SolvedMonitor losing signal and random restarts! Help! Forum Solvedconnect dlink n150 2730u adsl/2 modem+router to ethernet line Forum SolvedMonitor losing signal when gaming. Forum SolvedRouter losing packets? Forum SolvedMonitor losing signal and now computer turning off. Forum Solvedhow to connect dlink n150 600 router to reliance broadband Forum Monitor losing signal/artifacting Forum SolvedCan't get a wired laptop to obtain IP address through D-Link router Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !