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Wireless G Broadband Router

Hi All, my problem is that I have great signal strenght from my router to my PC but however I cannot .
I have made sure that all connections are correct , software installed , hardware installed .
I bought the router 3 years ago and not really used it much until now , Will I have to register it again or get new software.
I am out of ideas at the moment , can anyone please help ???

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You do not have to register or get new software. THe problem is simply that it must again be configured. You may see the directions at the links below.

Try to reset your router first by Pressing the reset button on the back for about 15 seconds let go then pull out the power. After that plug the power back in then try to set it up according to the directions at the link below. If after the reset you are still not able to access the 192.168.1.1 Turn off the modem first then turn off and on the router and restart your computer but leave the modem off. If youa re able to access the router page. Chagne the local or router IP on the setup page as your modem might be on the same IP. this is only applicable if you are on DSL. If on cable you just have to reset and follow the directions at the link below for Cable.


DSL
CABLE

I hope this has answered your question sufficiently. If you have more questions please post a reply. Thanks.

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