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PC repaired, can't find my original installation discs for my netgear 54 Mbps Wireless Router WGR614 v4. Is there anywhere I can download the necessary info? I'm using the router on my laptop OK. Thanks

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  • cloonae Oct 18, 2008

    Thanks for your input. Followed the links but there was no download installation. I'll email support and request a CD.

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You should be able to download everything you need. Just go to the manufacture's website, NetGear.com, go to Support>Downloads>select your product>find your V4 listed>download installation. If you cannot find it, just email support and request a CD, be sure to include your name/address/everything necessary.

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