My linksys router did that to me when it took a shit. would cut out all the time and frequently like yours. I Just said F-it and bought a new D-link router and havent had any of the disconnecting problems since.
Gamefreak OK man, first, Go to Start:Run; Type dxdiag and press enter. Press the "Save all information..." button, Wait as it gathers system information. Leave the settings as is, the location should be "Desktop" and it should be called "DxDiag". Press save, Open the file, Go (In the program you just opened the text with): Edit>Select all (Or press Ctrl+A) Then press Ctrl+C, then select the text box of your post and press Ctrl+V. And (If known) Post Your internet service provider, your router model number (Located on the router somewhere) And what your connection is (DSL? Cable?). Then someone might help you.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=Exploder]Well I have a DSL connection
... Is your brain not able to process my words?
Are you able to connect to the router's management interface? What do the logs show?