05-24-2013 05:22 PM
05-25-2013 03:08 AM
The reason why most wireless connections drop out is due to wireless interference. 2.4GHz networks are very crowded as there are a whole bunch of devices running on this frequency. To help make the connection stable, you will need to set a specific channel for the network. The inSSIDer is a tool that can help you figure out which channel to use best. Also, ensure that your network is password protected. Use a high security mode like WPA2 Personal to keep freeloaders at bay.
It is also recommended to update the driver for your wireless adapter. This should fix any bugs that might be causing this type of issue.