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Lose connection after reboot and...

...cant then commnuicate with router through control panel; 192.168.2.1 etc.

I am quite experienced with the Belkin ADSL2+ Wireless G Router, and know most tricks to get them working, however this latest problem, I am stuck.

I have to do a full reset everytime to get it working again.

Also, I did check the Power save featiure on the Network card and it is disabled. Its a Nvidia Nforce onboard.

Any help I would really appreciate,

Best Regards

Ritchie

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Hi Ritchie
Have you tried installing firmware for router again? Could be a glitch in the firmware.
Give your network card a Static IP address, gateway and set dns to router's IP? Found that some times this happens on auto asign.
If tried all above take in to repair centre phisical hardware problem or replace it.
Feel free to Search the Repair Service Directory on this site for a centre near you.

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Go-Tech

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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