I have a very big Internet problem in Ubuntu. Whenever I load a web page or download something it will download half of the file and then it will stop downloading. After that the only whey I can fix it is if I diconnect from my wireless access point and then reconnect and start the download again. So how do I fix this? This also happens with Youtube videos.
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try typing this on your terminal - -
This might solve the problem ..
If not then while your internet is working.. type
in terminal and save it in a file after you get disconnected try this again and write in a different file
vimdiff to see the device-driver change.. download a set set of drivers accordingly to solve..
Is this issue only on ubuntu? Is it only on this computer?
If the answer is yes to both of these questions, it may be a driver issue. Otherwise it is most likely an internet connection issue.
For best support it would be good if you could give us the name/model of your device to allow us to help you more.
Otherwise, try this in terminal...
Then follow these directions to blacklist the module... http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=796831
If you have any issues, you can un-blacklist the module and re-add with