Well my suggestion for the problem that u have is first of all just upgrade the firmware of the router
and if the same problem again prevails just call the tech support no of the router's company and they will give u the replacement
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This is usually caused by the setup of the TCP/IP properties, most people do not have static IP addressing, so open the Wireless Connetion Properties window, find the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and select it then select the properties button to bring up another window showing the properties for this, select the "Obtain an IP address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically", OK out of these dialogs and that should take care of it.
Since i don't know how old the router is, i'm going to do some guesswork here. If the router is older then 4 years, i would suggest buying a new one. If it is younger, i would suggest the following: Since i don't know the exact model for your router: Connect to your router by a cable (Network cable) and make sure you can connect to the router. Go to http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/linksys/ and enter your model number of your router. Go to the downloads tab for your model and download the firmware. Login to your router and find an option labeled Update Firmware. Upload the new firmware and sit back for about 20 minutes. When the firmware upgrade is complete disconnect the cable and try again via wireless