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When my computer stands idle i loose my connection to my router i then have to reset my router by unplugging it, please help me fix it

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Keeps loosing wifi signal


Try resetting your wireless router. Power cycle it through.

Symptoms:
lost Internet access on all devices
unable to go online
no Internet connection on router
router Internet LED symbol is amber
To powercycle your home network:
Turn off the router by unplugging it. If you have a modem and router in one device, turn it off then proceed to step 3.
Turn off the DSL or cable modem for three minutes.
Note: Some modems are equipped with a backup battery. If your modem have one, please remove the backup battery to completely turn off your modem. For common cable modems equipped with backup batteries, please see Performing a full reset of cable modem with battery backup
Turn off all computers attached to your network.
Turn on the DSL or cable modem first and let it boot. Let it complete its connection to your ISP before proceeding to the next step. One of the indications that the modem have completed its connection is by seeing a green light on the modem. If you have a modem and router in one device, proceed to step 6 after it connects to your ISP.
Once the modem completes the connection to your ISP, plug in the router. Let it complete its power on test before proceeding to the next step.
Restart your computers.

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My router stopped giving wi-fi to my computer. What can i do?


Hi,

you can try reseting your wireless network.

It is a soft reset so you will not loose your configuration.

Unplug power on your modem and on your router.

Wait 20 seconds then put power back to the MODEM FIRST.

Wait 30 seconds and then plug power back in your router. Wait 20 seconds again and try your connection.


If not, try restarting your computer after doing the steps.

Hope this helps!

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Please disconnect and internet link and try to access the the Linsys WRT100 management page and see the logs why the router is loosing the connection. If you dont get anything then it might be some issue on the device. A reset may solve your issue.

Please be aware the if u reset the wireless Router you will loose all your configuration and you have to reconfigure the wireless Router.

Please press the tiny black button at the back/beneath of the wireless Router and keep pressing for 2 minutes. The sys light will start blinking slowly and then rapidly. then release the button and wait for 2 minutes for the device to boot up with factory default settings.

Once you are done you can connect to 192.168.1.1 ip address and it will open the your Linksys Router management web page where you can reconfigure your wireless router again.

Hope this will fix the issue.

Best Regards

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Can connect computer to internet through modem but not modem-router-computer. Everything worked fine until I accidently unplugged and reset the router the other day. My computer can connect to my wireless...


Use the reset button on the back panel of the router. You will need a pen or toothpick to press the reset button. Once you reset the router, then configure the router as if new.

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My wifi says limited or no connectivity. How can i fix it?


Straighten-out a paper-clip.
Push one end inside the pin-hole in the back of the router,
and hold for 2 seconds.
This will "reset" the router to "factory" settings.

Then, follow the instructions that came with the router
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NEtgear RP614 cannot connect after a electricity shortage in our home :(


Reset the router to factory default. Usually done by unplugging the router hold in the reset button and plug in the router wait 30 sec. release reset button Wait 30 more sec. and unplug router again. Then reset your computer to obtain ip address automatically in network properties. Next shut down your computer, router and modem. First re-power the modem, give it time to boot (about 2 to 3 Min. for Cable and dsl or 7 to 10 min for satellite), next re-power the router, again give it time to acquire it's info (about 2 min.) then start your computer and try to access the Internet, all should be well...

Good luck, and have a great day...
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Hi there,

Here in Denmark, lots of people are well tired of this router.
It often loose internet connection, but a hard-reset fix the problem most times.
Maybe you just have to unplug the power for a few seconds and then plug it back in, - wait for a minute or two until all the lights are on.
If this doesn’t work, please respond, and well find another solution.

/Teis

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Usr8054 router losses connection


What you can do to this problem is reflash the firmware of this router, then you need to reset the router by pressing the reset button for 15 seconds and after that reconfigure the settimgs of the router and observe if you still have the problem , hopefully that will fix the issue of your router...

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DI 514 Wireless Router Problem


Okvassiw - Don't rate this til it's fixed please. Can I assume you reset the configuration on your router from defaults to your settings? First , unplug your modem and your router. Leave unplugged for a minute. Then plug in the modem. After 30 seconds plug in the router. Give it 15 seconds and try it. Let me know what happens and I'll tell you how to proceed. Thanks.

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Problems with second computer connecting to the internet


First, is your kids computer trying to connect via the WiFi connection? If so, do you have any encryption enabled on the Belkin? (WEP, WAP, etc.) Can the computer 'see' the WiFi Access Point, meaning can it see the SSID (or WiFi name)? Are you using the Built-in XP Zero Wifi Config Utility, or did you install a proprietary utility from Belkin?

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