Question about D-Link AirPlus Xtreme G DI-624 Wireless Router (DI624RE)
This could be a virus, particularly as it happenned while you were browsing. Have you got anti-virus software?
It's difficult to advise without more information, but if you are using Inernet Explorer you could try looking at Tools>Internet Options click the Connections tab then the LAN Settings button.
Have a look at the Proxy Server box (bottom half of the dialogue box). Normally the Use Proxy Server should be UNchecked (unless you are using a proxy server, which is unlikely if you are using a private home network). If the box is checked, uncheck it. Now try to connect to the internet again.
If this worked, you have a virus that will probably cause the same problem next time you reboot. You will need to run an antivirus program to remove it. Try Malwarebytes or AVG Free (google it) if you don't have antivirus on your PC.
Of course this might not be the solution, but a good first option.
I will try to help further if necessary.
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