Two things to check. One make sure that your wireless phones are not 2.4 ghz. and check to make sure that you do not have any other wireless devices on that Frequency. When you say you cannot use the internet, does the status indicate that you are connected? and what is the signal strength? Is it on the default channel?
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The netgear router installation will set up the internet connection during install. Download the Router driver from netgears website and install on the computer/s then your up and running. it appears you wireless card is seeing the router so just install the drivers and your set.
The problem is that your router is trying to connect to the ISP's DNS IP and it's not always connecting. This is a common problem (especially with Cable subsribers Road Runner) You will need to log into your router and go to the Basic Setting and manually put in a DNS number that will work. You should contact your ISP to obtain the IP that will work. If not you can try 188.8.131.52. That's a dedicated DNS, and sometimes it works, and sometimes not. You really need to get a good one from your ISP.
wee if you do not have the wireless card you have to connect your desktop with wired connection in order to make it online but is you have the router in a different room you can also go for the wireless pci card that you can connect in your computer to use your desktop computer wirelessly...ok
this happened to me once. you may try making sure that the internet you are using is connected correctly, if you have a desktop connected to the same router, than make sure the internet is working, and that ou internet provider isnt screwing up. thats how i fixed it. good luck...
on your computer try to reinstall the device driver for wireless. try to connect the ethernet cable directly to the computer. if you have internet access, then most likely your netgear router needs to be reconfigured. you need to contact your internet service provider or router manufacturer for the reconfiguration of your router. mostly likely the security settings of the router needs to be changed.
access the netgear router configuration page (you need to do this hardwired)
1. check your IP address, click start -> all programs -> accessories -> command prompt 2. in the black box (command prompt) type in ipconfig and hit enter 3. look for the value of Default Gateway (that's your routers IP address) 4. open an internet browser and go to that address
for more detailed instructions, visit www.netgear.com and select your router model and choose supports & downloads