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Quick Router setup Wizard

I'm trying to connect my router to my laptop. The wizard cd does not work in my latop. I have windows XP media Center

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Hi There!!

As is understand you are tyring to setup your wireless router to your laptop. However the cd does not work.

You could try these steps,
There is no problem if you are using XP media center. Please configure your router to the laptop that was last connected to the internet modem. You can also use the ethernet port on the modem directly connected to the WAN port of the wireless router. Then turrn on the Modem and the wireless router. Try to minimize the distance between the wireless router and all the laptops to be in the range of 1-30 meters.

Once you power on the modem, router and laptop, see that all the lights on the router are ON.i.e power, link, wan and lan light the port that is connected to your computer. Please verify your connections if the lights are not ON.

Now connect your laptop to the LAN port of the wireless router and see that your laptop IP address lies in the subnet of 192.168.0.xxx [where xxx is between 2 to 254].This information you can see in your network connections TCP/IP settings. The other best thing that you can do is set your computer IP Address to automatic.

Now open a web browser and type http://192.168.0.1 and press Enter. Once the login page appears enter the username as admin and leave the password as blank click enter.
The click the Advanced button and then Advanced Network. Uncheck the Enable UPnP check box, then click save setting. Now reboot your computer and router.

If you want more advance solution please click the link below,
http://www.scribd.com/doc/4040609/wbr1310-manual-110

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Olafsson.

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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I dont know what to do as i got this router as a gift and my grand daughter some how got ahold of the cd and broke it ,so i am looking ror advice to what i can do ti get this running.i have hp pavilion dv1000series laptop that this is to be inatalled on.thank you for your help

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