Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)

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Wireless router doesn't stay on

Whenever I plug the router in, the lights flash on for maybe 10 seconds and most, then go out. Obviously I can't get through the startup CD with this problem. The wizard recommended holding the reset button for 10 seconds then releasing and waiting for the lights to go out; that never does anything.

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Try this one press and hold the reset button for the router for 30 seconds while its power ON then after that power down the router for 10 seconds then plug it back in, then try to run the setup CD again for the router and by the way dont forget to disable the security software installed on your computer because sometimes it will block the connection of your router to your computer.
If still having the same problem this router may be bad and you can try contacting Dlink for further troubleshooting or better have the router replace if its still new...

Hope that helps...........

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Check the power source.
if the power source is verified to be working ok, try to press the reset button for 30 seconds to a minute while it's plugged in to the power source then turn it off for another 30 seconds then turn it on.
if the problem still persists, there could be a problem with the device itself and if it's still under warranty, replace it

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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