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computer works in one room but not another

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We've always kept our computer in the dining room, but now it won't connect. Brought it into the bedroom and it works in here just fine. Any help greatly appreciated to fix this problem. I'm not computer savvy.

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Is this on WiFi? Sounds like the signal isn't strong enough - Do mobile phones pick up the WiFi where you want to move the PC to?

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In addition to nigsy reply...sometimes a simple reboot of the router will take care of the problem.

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Thank you both for your replies, but we have the computer in the bedroom now right near the modem, which has just recently been replaced! Working ok now!

 

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22 hours ago, dragonlady said:

Thank you both for your replies, but we have the computer in the bedroom now right near the modem, which has just recently been replaced! Working ok now!

 

 

:tup:

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On 11/14/2019 at 11:54 PM, Littlelight said:

The first thing you do is check the signal,or change place,and you did a good job.

Hi @Littlelightand :wpcm:

Is your username a nod to ghost from the Destiny video-game franchise? 

 

Tx 🤠

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7 hours ago, Tomk_ said:

Then is it a nod to the song... "This little light of mine"?

If so, my bushel was bigger than their light. 

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It appears to me that you are unfairly targeting spammers for discipline.  That's profiling...and profiling is wrong. :popcorn:

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3 hours ago, Thesleet said:

You did a great job.

 

Hi; don't suppose you know a banned Spammer called littlelight? You seem to have used the same IP to log in from? Might just be the VPN you are using as the 4 other IPs don't raise  any flags.

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