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I canot conect wirelessly to my netgear dg834g wireless modem router

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  • jackr0cksall Jan 12, 2009

    my router came with no instalation CD/Disk and it doesnt have a button on it

  • Tom Zorn
    Tom Zorn May 11, 2010

    Thats a pretty nifty router/modem. Do you have the netgear software installed? it probably has a green box down in the bottom right hand corner near the time. you should be able to connect using that if you installed it

  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning May 11, 2010

    What make/model is your PC?



    What make/model is your wireless adpater in/connected to your PC?



    What operating system are you using?

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Ok! i think i got it! run the setup wizard that comes with the router. follow it step by step, and then push the "push -n- connect button on the router, the router does the rest itself. assuming you have the dsl line plugged into the router.

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