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It will only connect to the internet via ethernet cable always fails a wireless connection it asks me for a code when I go into the net and I use the same one that I put in when setting it up and it wont accept it also tryed the default one

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  • YODA18 Sep 19, 2008

    huh, can you please explain... when I go back through the CD that came with the modem it wont let me change the code.... Im in New Zealand is there a help desk or something that I can ring do you know?

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There should be a 'reset' button on the back of the router. press and hold for about 10 seconds. then you might have to do a firmware upgrade to it. you will definitely have to re-set up your connections. someone probably hacked your router and set up thier own connection. you want to turn off the "wireless configuration" option that allows people to set up the router wirelessly.

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  • crabbypup Sep 19, 2008

    i have no idea. i am canadian. umm, you might try the US help line (probably 1800-???) should be on the box.

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