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No wireless connectivity

No Wireless Conectivity. i have this Dlink wireless router DL524, i have been using it for last 2 years but suddenly i am not able to use it as there is no wireless connectivity with it now.its not detectable on Available wireless networks. i can only use net through wire. All the lights are working except Status one which is always blinking. I have tried resetting it several times but no results.
please help me with the issue.

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  • cfantoni Nov 16, 2008

    We've installed the firmware, reconfigured the router, and the problem persists! We can see the wireless network, but cannot access it on any of our 3 home computers. We are only able to connect via cable. PLEASE HELP!!!

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Try doing a firmware upgrade to your router.

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