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Lenovo Laptop knocks off Wireless

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I have a Lenovo Thinkpad Edge Laptop that when I connect to wireless it makes all my SSID's disappear on all other wireless devices.

System was on a Domain (Wired) but was responding VERY slow to public shares. It was acting like it had a virus. I took unit to another location. Performed Factory reset and wireless problem continues.

Router is apple time capsule. I have updated wireless LAN drivers, Bios, and chipset.

Problem continues.
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Try different wireless AP if you have one available.

Sounds like something internal with AP
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