We're excited to announce that we've fully migrated the Xbox Forums to their new home, here on the Microsoft Community forums!
As of today, going to forums.xbox.com will redirect you here to the Xbox area of the Community forums. We've moved all of your existing threads over so you can continue and start conversations with the new forums experience.
We sincerely appreciate the feedback you have provided over this transition and can't wait for you to check out the new Xbox Forums!
turn off the N its a pain in the rear sometimes and manually set your wireless channel to 11
in your router settings under wireless look for "channel selection" , its most likely set to automatic , manually set it to channel 11
next your wireless interface type , its most likely set to something like 802.11 b/g/n you want to set it to 801.11 b/g disabling the N , theoretically it has faster transfer speeds (in real world terms it makes no differance) it also has better range but
once again unless you live in Buckingham palace you'll be fine :)
its not a guarenteed fix but worth a shot , it worked for me
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