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Error: My new Dell XPS and another old Dell are plugged directly into my Belkin Router. Every now and then the XPS, after sitting for a time disconnects from the network.

My new Dell XPS and another old Dell are plugged directly into my Belkin Router.
Every now and then the XPS, after sitting for a time disconnects from the network.
It does not detect being plugged in to the router.
I have to reboot, sometimes multiple
times for it to detect connection.
The other computer is connected so the router is working.
I have swapped recepticles in the back of the router and still have the problems. Any ideas why it isn't detecting???
original title: Network Not Detected

Anwsers to Error: My new Dell XPS and another old Dell are plugged directly into my Belkin Router. Every now and then the XPS, after sitting for a time disconnects from the network.



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