As far as I can see, the top link 'Need help setting up your router?' points to a downloadable setup guide with incorporated setup software. There's also a user manual on this page. Hope this helps you.
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Please send me your mail address/ or i can send u the steps to download from the internet and i need model number with version number, you can find the model number and version from the base of the router,
you can try this website and follow the screen to find the software, u have to select the your model number and version number
copy and paste the URL to the address bar of your computer web browser.
Hope it will help you
And also issue is not seems to be with software because we can manually configure the rouer
Please feel free to post the comment if you have any difficulties
only used 1 belkin router and didnt come with disk just dial (type ip address of router into browser) to enter router and follow setup instructions, try website. not sure this is solution but defo worth a try you if havent
You don't need the install disk to use the router. If you plug in the router and press the reset button on the back of the router, the you should be able to connect to the network using only the windows wireless program.
Are you trying to get the router settings through the IP address 192.168.1.1? If that doesn't respond, look at the back of the router for a small reste hole. With the router power plugged in, use a paper clip to reset the router config back to default. Hold the reste switch in for 30 seconds and pull the power afterwards while holding the switch in. Try that. There really shouldn't be a set-up disc needed for Windows XP or Vista. If you are using a DSL connection, I am sorry to inform you, but there is only 1 dependable router for wireless DSL and it is made by D-link. If you still feel you need a set-up disc, look on linksys website and search their archived download section.