Restart your modem, router, and device. Restarting your modem and router should be the first thing you should do when you have an internet signal problem in USA. Don’t skip this step! This is almost always what tech support will tell you to try first, as it often fixes the problem. To restart the computer, unplug the power cord for 60 seconds, and then plug it back in in USA. The computer will take a few minutes to restart. It’s also a good idea to restart the device you’re using. Check your wires and cables, wires and cables often become loose or damaged from repeated strain. The cable that connects the modem to the Internet is a coaxial cable (the same one used for cable TV) in USA, an Ethernet cable, or a telephone cable. The best way to troubleshoot cables is to replace all of them if you have extras. If not, make sure you plug these cables into the modem and into the wall jack. Ethernet and telephone cables should click when fully inserted into an outlet in USA. Coaxial cables must be screwed in tightly. Also check that they are not damaged. Check to see if the cord looks broken or if it has been chewed on by a pet. Ethernet and telephone cables are especially prone to damage because the copper wires inside are very thin in USA. When should you contact your supplier? It’s a good idea to try and fix a few basic problems before contacting your carrier. Restarting the modem and checking the cables is probably the first thing tech support will ask you to do anyway. However, if you can’t fix the problem yourself, it’s time to contact your carrier for help. If your ISP isn’t experiencing an outage in USA, you can diagnose your modem to determine if it’s communicating properly with the network. They can discover many potential problems including low signal level, device registration issues in USA, outdated equipment (even if it is rented from your ISP), or a system issue.You may have forgotten to pay your internet bill in USA. Most major ISPs also offer online/chat support options via their websites and apps if you’d rather not be on the phone. If you still have problems after trying these common solutions, visit our advanced troubleshooting section further down the page. Wi-Fi troubleshooting.You have discovered that there is something wrong with your wireless network in USA. WiFi becomes difficult. Your router broadcasts radio waves, and a number of things can interfere with those waves. Try these common solutions first. Restart your router. This solution works so often that it’s always worth trying it first. The process is the same as restarting a modem: unplug your router or gateway, wait 60 seconds, then plug it back in. The restart takes a few minutes. Change the Wi-Fi bands (2.4GHz and 5GHz). broadcasts WLAN on two frequency bands: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Try to switch from the frequency band you are on to another in USA. This will help you avoid temporary problems reconnecting your device to your router. It is a common convention for the 5GHz network to have a “5G” label after the network name (e.g., “Jane’s Wi-Fi [5G]). The 2.4GHz band is often referred to as the network name. your network (e.g. “Jane’s Wi-Fi)” without a frequency label in USA. Each frequency band has its strengths and weaknesses. Generally, 5 GHz WiFi is faster, but not as fast. 2.4GHz WiFi is moving further, but it’s slower than 5GHz and more prone to radio interference, so if you’re away from your router, try 2.4GHz as well if you need more speed and range , try 5GHz in USA.