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hey guys im new to the forum and ive been having a problem with my airport. Right after i installed snow leopard ive been dropping my connection everytime i leave the room where i have my router. before installin snow leopard i could go into my room, the living room and still be connected but now i cant even leave the room where the router is any help.
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Make sure you have everything configured the same in Snow Leopard that you had in Leopard as far as Airport settings go. Something may have changed without your knowledge. If all the settings are the same, you'll have to try to relocate your router for maximum wifi coverage.

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