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You have tried all the usual resets?
Turn the NOOK off completely.
Hold the Power button and Home (n) buttons. The device will turn on. Continue to hold both buttons until the device shuts off once again (~15-20 seconds).
Turn the device on normally. It will prompt for a factory reset. Press the Home button twice to confirm.
However that said, it sounds like you have a hardware fault, maybe screen connector or screen itself. Not really economically repairable in my opinion
Try typing http://mywifiext.net/IA_frame.htm in your browser. This should bring up the start screen for your device. From there you can go through the setup wizard. If that doesn't work, you may need to run through the reset procedures for the device and then try. If that still doesn't work, turn off wireless on your computer and run a network cable directly into the extender from your computer and try again.
wait for a minute then turn it on again. theres a temperature monitoring system of a laptop that when it reaches , it will automatically turn itself off. if it does not turn on then there's a damaged part already in your laptop.
Before you can use your linksys router again, you must configure first your AT&T modem under bridge mode. If the AT&T modem is already set to you may connect the devices (modem router and PC) must be switched OFF first.
after the devices had been connected,...
1) turn ON the AT&T modem first, wait for the DSL light to stay solid
2) turn ON linksys router,wait for the lights to stay solid
3) turn ON computer,wait for your desktop screen
4) try to access Internet Explorer
after a while the use that is put to the router will decline
and will get worse as multiple devices are making it work hard
the best thing to do is leave it unplugged for a day and then unplug it when not in use , this will at least extend the life of the router
it will end up needing repair to the comunications circut eventually or just buying a new one may just be cheaper then trying to get it fixed
Is your laptop wireless signal turned ON? Sometimes it will turn itself off for one reason or another. Also check in the Device Manager to ensure it is enabled and has the correct driver(s). Check with the manufacturer of the laptop to see if they have any solutions available for you to try.