I have a Dell XPS with intel proset wireless manager. The router is a Belkin. The computer connects and works fine with the web browser. When i open Microsoft Outlook and send/receive starts something happens to the router that causes the send receive to fail and ultimately disconnects the computer from the router. Other computers also lose connection to the router. When I reboot the router everything is fine until I open Outlook. I was able to download updates for my Quicken data. When i tried to download a pokerstars software update it also crashed the router. Any ideas?
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The problem is that your ISP sees this kind of download as a peer-to-peer file sharing connection and thinks your are getting pirated music or movies. Thats is why it disconnects your router.
To get around it, go to one of the major gaming websites like 3D gamers, file shack, file planet. If you download it that way it shows up like a normal web browser download to your ISP and you won't get disconnected.