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The Trouble with Troubleshooting

Why can't things just work?

It's funny and engaging in ficiton. Conflict and adversity make stories interesting. In real life, bleh, I'd like something to just work.

Lately it's my back and my wireless router. My back has never not hurt and my wireless router was stellar, until it wasn't. I'm one of those tenacious folks who can't just shrug and say "I don't know what's wrong," I'm addicted to fixing things.

Let's hope moving the router (which worked fine a week ago from its current location, but let's not think too hard about that) and a trip to the chiropractor will make this day less discouraging. And also that lunch with a friend will brighten my day.

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marasmine
Feb. 26th, 2016 07:39 pm (UTC)
I have to change my wireless router every couple of years - sometimes for the old one I took out. They seem to get 'clogged up' when they're in constant use and for a few weeks (or months) switching them off and back on seems to un-clog them, but when it gets to be several times an evening I have to give in and switch routers.

I hope the chiropractor works some magic for you.
jordan_c_price
Feb. 26th, 2016 11:24 pm (UTC)
As usual I'm wondering why I didn't start at the chiropractor several months ago. SIGH. I'm very sore right now, he had to do some heavy lifting.

Moving the router was a bust. I found the "channel" part of the software and changed it. If it doesn't work I may (gasp) give up and just buy a different brand.
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