Ubuntu Networking :: Intel 5100 Wireless Dropping / Resolve This?

Dec 7, 2010

I have just switch to Ubuntu on my laptop from Windows 7 and I am experiencing alot of wireless dropping.

The signal itself is full and I am very close to the router.

What could be the issue and how do I go about rectifying it.

Laptop: Dell 13z.
Wireless: Intel 5100 agn
Ubuntu 10.10 x64.

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