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Re: D-Link dwl2700ap always restarting..need help
Check Firmware version here Check if any source of interferences came around AP Check if environment changed (water in, broken shell, connectors integrity.....) Use AP manager software to check logs file and find possible reasons for restarting.
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Your wireless network card in your computer is failing, or the cable to the computer is bad. Because you said wireless internet, I am going to assume that you are connected to the internet via wireless nic. If your pc hasn't been rebooted for a while you may want to try a reboot and see if that doesn't fix the issue.
However, if the problem remains you will likely need to get another wireless network card.
Please backup the data by logging in to Safe Mode, please restart and start pressing F8 key to select Safe Mode then re-install the Windows 7 Operating System using the Recovery Disc or recovery Partition of the Hard Drive. The Recovery Partition can be accessed by restarting the computer and try pressing F10 Key. The Windows XP Operating System is displaying an error because it does not have SATA Driver to detect the Hard Drive. As Windows 7 has it, you can re-install it from recovery partition.
Can't seem to find the manual on it but.... Most DSL/Routers have a connection setting in them with 2 settings. 1) On demand (Connects to internet as needed) 2) Always on (Stays connected to the internet)
Greetings, It is entirely possible that it has a RAM error but again this may be part of the power spike problem. Its not unusual for RAM to be affected. I don't suppose it is connected into a power spike connector? It would be wise to invest in a good one with throwouts on all plugs and use it specifically for all your PC set up. I had two router/modems affected last year ( in summer) whenj lightning is not around one would think! But there is more lightning in summer than winter according to the Gurus's of weather.
I now have all sensitive items plugged into an expensive power board with double protection fuse/cutouts and so far all has been well.
If the unit is under any warranty I would be taking it back and just complaining that is stopped working suddenly, without explanation or intervention on your part. Let them replace it. Dont ask about spike arrestors in the same shop HAHA as they may suddenly refuse to exchange it.
Ram chips are not cheap anyway, and both chips could be damaged as well as internal componenents. I don't suppose you can smell any burn in the unit? (not always evident)
I checked it out and it seems you don't have to manually reset/reboot it. You just have to log on to the AP, then choosing REBOOT after you are done, then the changes will that place annd you should be fine.
Note: due to the built-in internal directional patch antenna, repeater mode and WDS option do not apply in WH-5400CPE.
I hope this helps you. Enjoy!