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Go to the Belkin support section at their website: http://www.belkin.com/support/
Look for your model router and download the "firmware" upgrade for it. Once you go install the up to date firmware try to give the router a reset. Hopefully doing all that will get the router working again and you connecting to the Internet.
try uninstalling the router... have the install disc handy to reinstall... once your back up and running. download belkin updates and encrypt your network... also run windows update. there maybe a fix included for your belkin vs windows platform.
Yes, that is correct because some router like the one that you have needs a software update if you're having problem with it like a slow internet connection so it will be better to call Belkin tech support and let them walk you through with that firmware upgrade and that will make your connection fast..
I believe you need to call the netgear support again and ask if you can talk to their department with replacement concerns. Because if the online replacement order didn't work, your only option is to call their customer support number for manual process of replacement.
well, first of all the i also have the N1 belkin wireless modem router, in order for it to connect, there has to be a wireless connection in your area for you to connect to, if any of your neighbors so have wireless you can connect to their network, but if you are not getting a conection that means no one around you has wireless or lan, the belkin wireless is not a internet provider it just extends the distance of your internal wireless. some networks may be secured as well, sometimes you can only connect to unsecured networks unless you have the name and passcode for the secured network.
Theoretically, it should work with each other. I didn't find any documentation at Belkin's site that states the N1 USB adapter being not compatible with 3rd party devices like your Netgear router.
From what I know is N-Draft's wireless technology should be backwards compatible with both wireless-B and wireless-G devices.
1. Do you have other working wireless devices at your network during that time that you have the N1 USB adapter?
2. Were you able to connect to your wireless network? If Yes, what was your IP address at the wireless computer incase you had the chance to check it?
Maybe you can try to inquire with Belkin about what you've encountered with their device for clarification.