Question about Computers & Internet
Your router should have a port on the back specifically for the internet connection (modem). If you do not plug the modems cable directly into that port you can encounter this problem. If you have, try using a different cable.
In the case that it still doesn't work you may want to reset your router. Most can just be turned off then on again, and some say to simply unplug for 30 seconds.
If that still doesn't help; consult the manual and see if the problem lies in the settings of the router. Without being able to see the router and the PC it's attached to I can't give you a perfect answer. However, try those steps and see what you can come up with. More than likely; if it has worked before it's just in need of a reset. :)
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