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WHEN I TRIED TO HOOK MY COMPUTER UP IT WAS WITH A ROUTER AFTER NOT BEING ABLE TO GET IT TO WORK I HAD MY CABLE COMPANY TO PUT A CABLE HIGH SPEED BOX ON IT NOW THE ROUTER KEEPS INTERFEARING WITH MY RECEPTION IT SHOWS MY COMPER CONNECTED BEFORE I EVEN GET ON NET AND GETS IN WAY OF A LOT OF THINGS HOW DO I GET IT OFF?

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  • MSJDADO102 Dec 06, 2008

    no it wasnt the router signal still interfears with my comp even though it is no longer pluged to electr i need to know how to get the router off my comp

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    Betty Wood May 11, 2010

    Hook up the cable through your modem ditch the router. Did the cable company try to connect to the internet when they did the install? You may have to call your cable company and ask if your modem is compatable with your router. You also might want to go to the router's website and update the drivers

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    CAN YOU GET ON WITH JUST THE CABLE AND NO ROUTER?RICHARDM69

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Go to device manager>network adapters right click on your router and click disable. Remove all the drivers from your computer for this router.

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Its annoying if that pop-up every time you surf the net.. there is a configuration in your router software or software installed by the cable company, set not to notify you every time you connect to the net... try check the configuration. TY

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