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Monday, 9 March 2015

Wifi keeps disconnecting in a Belkin router

1. Unplug the power cord from your Belkin router and wait 30 seconds.
2. Plug the power back in and wait for the router to reboot.
3. Once all the lights are lit, connect your wireless device to your router and try to access the internet.

If this doesn't help, try changing the wi-fi channel on the router's home page.

1. Open an Internet Explorer window on your computer and type in in the address bar. This will take you to the Belkin router's web based configuration page.

2. You will get a login page. Leave the password blank. Click Submit.

3. On the left side of the page, click Channel and SSID below Wireless.

4. The wireless channel on the Belkin router is set to Auto by default. Change the wireless to a static channel. Click Apply Changes .

5. Click Logout in the top right hand corner.

When the wireless channel is set to auto, the router will cycle through channels when it detects significant interference. When the router changes channel the wireless connection will reset itself and disconnect all wireless clients connected to the router. The wireless card in the computer will automatically detect the change in channel number on the router and will update the channel on the card.

You can also try the following command to fix an intermittent  connection:

try typing in
netsh int ip reset /resetlog.txt

Try updating or getting another wifi card if all else fails. 

Debunking the race myth

How to Debunk the Myth of Race in 3 Minutes

You may know that there aren't races of men, but how would you prove it to someone who willfully disagrees with you? The fact is, race, like gender, is a social and political construct by the design of an evil elite to baffle the masses and carry on the persecution of peoples they consider "inferior". This has been going on for centuries.


Race is a social construct! Johan Friedrich Blumenbach ( A German scientist, no less! Kinda explains the rise of the Third Reich, doesn't it?) in his 1776 book "On the Natural Variety of Mankind" rates people according to their physical traits and skin hue. The 5 categories decided on are: "Caucasian, the white race; Mongolian, the yellow race; Malayan, the brown race, Ethiopian, the black race, and American, the red race.". On this arbitrary rank, Caucasians were placed at the top. Guess which race ranked lowest? This was the hatred fuel that motivated racism and discriminatin for centuries to come.


Be a conscious ally. If you see racism being perpetrated, call the police and warn the SJWs.

Recognise your own biases. Humans all have flaws and all are inherently a bit racist. Otherwise, why would people of similar looks and features tend to congregate with each other while those of a foreign colour stick out like the odd ones out? This happens subconsciously of course in civilised societies due to the heavy PCisation that rules the west. Just because African Americans are good dancers, doesn't mean you should invite the black waitstaff to "bust a move" at your local wafflehouse.

Never blame anything on the Jews. They are G_d's chosen people.

ITIL V3- Outline

ITIL (short for Information Infrastructure Library) is a set of practices created with the goal of standardising IT services management within an organisational environment. Its chief guideline implies that it is "a set of specialised orgnisation capabilities for providing value to customers in the form of services". Granted, implementing ITIL in a company means understanding the use of functions and processes to manage services over a lifecycle.

Comprising a set of five publications, the framework of a ITL-based structure relies on an iterative life cycle, as seen in the picture above. Each publication brings to the spotlight a stage in this lifecycle as shown on the following list:

    Service Strategy
    Service Design
    Service Transition
    Service Operation
    Continual Service Improvement

In a future post, we are going to go over each of the cycles comprising the ITIL framework.