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Why would it try to connect wirelessly .. have you got a Wireless profile set up in NetworkManager ?If so, have you tried removing it, or turning Wireless off ?
sudo lshw -C network
dmesg | tail -n 30
Pooky, do me a favour and log into http://192.168.0.1 By default:User: adminPassword: changemeThen hit the advanced link ant the bottom. Scroll to basic settings and post whatever is in there. Then go to router status and post whatever is in there too. Something tells me, he's been messing with the SNR levels.
Why have you got a USB wireless adapter you wish to fit ? .. or are you looking for suggestions for which one to get ?
What made you say it kept trying to connect wirelessly then ?
Can you post the output from:Code: [Select]sudo lshw -C network
and just in case it's your network adapter failing .. can you wait till it disconnects, then immediately run:Code: [Select]dmesg | tail -n 30and post the output.It may also help to use your log file viewer to look through your log files and look for clues as to what's happening when it disconnects.
Try setting IPv6 to "Ignore" in your wired profile in NetworkManager .If you're not sure how .. just ask.
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