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Help,couldn't connect properly to the internet using wireless.

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October 26, 2012 6:28:54 AM

hai,i,m running a netbook intel atom 1.6Ghz windows 7 1 GB Ram.
i had this issue going online after formating.
i've installed the drivers and all but i still manage don't know why i couldn't
solve this issue.
The problem is,my wireless lan goes dead everytime after online for about 15 minutes or later.
i don't even remember when i managed to get full access online internet for 6 or 12 hours straight.
My modem is on,everything is fine,i had a desktop it connected,my iphone is on wireless
so does a xperia x8 and a mini galaxy GT-5570 also able to recieve and goes online. No issue
at all. Only my netbook is having issue connecting it. And i notice, everytime when i charge
the battery of my netbook,it goes dead pretty quick,especially when its heating up.
When its hot or charging my netbook,i couldn't enjoy using it for less than 15 minutes.
Then,i have to sleep it or hibernate it so then it will recieve my modem line again.
its been a pain in the neck. I never had this issue before formating my netbook.
Any suggestion or ways to solve this issue on my own without sending it to workshop?
a b D Laptop
October 26, 2012 6:38:01 AM

Sounds like two separate issues, 1st it needs a new battery, and 2nd it's getting too warm. If the fan is clogged with dust it may need to be dismantled and cleaned, unless you're technically minded this is best done by a professional. Not too difficult if you have a good Service Manual, what make of Netbook is it?
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October 26, 2012 3:06:49 PM

This sounds like your hardware is overheating. Did this netbook come with Windows 7 because it doesn't even appear to meet the requirements of Windows 7. I suggest not using Windows 7 since its clearly the reason its overheating.
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October 27, 2012 10:46:41 AM

337309,3,1443053 said:
This sounds like your hardware is overheating. Did this netbook come with Windows 7 because it doesn't even appear to meet the requirements of Windows 7. I suggest not using Windows 7 since its clearly the reason its overheating.[/quotem

yes.When i got the netbook its already using on W7 software.

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October 27, 2012 10:48:41 AM

Are any if the issue i stated above related to adapter faulty overheating or even the adapter driver corrupted? Or the settings is wrong for my wirelesss configuration?
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a b D Laptop
October 27, 2012 12:54:30 PM

Excess heat can cause all sorts of problems with components inside the Netbook, more often with the graphics. Are you able to download Speccy and check your temperatures?
http://download.cnet.com/Speccy/3000-2094_4-75181811.ht...
If too hot consider strip and clean. If OK consider USB wirelss adapter.
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