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Vigor2910vg locked intoTFTP mode

Executing firmware update,99.99% complete then received a timeout error. ACT & DMZ led's flashing. cannot do anything with the box and PC doesn't seem to see the router at the default address.
How can I clean the slate and start over?

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Try to Hard reset the router before executing firmware update.

Press reset button and hold it for 1min. You to turn off the router and turn it on before updating the firmware.


Goodluck!!

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