Question about Linksys WRT55AG Router
I have a Linksys WRT54G Wireless Router that my Gateway PC Laptop Model ML3109 running win Vista will connect to, but I can't get on the internet. Everything was working fine, until it crashed. After It was fixed, It will only connect to the router "Local access only". What do I do? It actually connects to the router, but when I open a browser it says that the page cannot be displayed. When I diagnose the connection problem it says that I am am not connected to the internet. I have tried rebooting the computer, resetting the router, I tried installing the router on my laptop, but it needs an internet connection. When I plug the modem into my ethernet port, it won't let me on the internet. Iguess I need to know how to get it off local access only. The same internet is conneted to the desktop and it is doing fine.
My second problem is, my Packard Bell model 925 is running win 98 and the internet is working fine, but when I upgrade it to win XP, it looses the connection and I can't get it back until I uninstall XP.
You need to look on the back of your router and find the small reset button. Push it and everything should reconfigure. If not Go into your device manager and see if you can find something called a NIC card or Network Interface Card, or something called an Ethernet card, if those are not listed, it means your driver has been deleted somehow. You can go to the manufacturers website and download a new driver.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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