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Linksys Wireless Router Stopped working

My wireless network is not working. I was on-line last Thursday and at some point my internet connection got disconnected. I haven't been able to get back on since. (At some point, the switch for the wirelss got flipped -- not sure how -- but it's connected now.)

I've tried , unplugging, waiting and plugging the device back in, pushing the reset button and re-installing the software -- but nothing is working.

I'm not sure what to do to get the connection back.

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Try holding the reset button for 10 seconds, while holding the reset button in, unplug it for 10 seconds, plug it back in, but don't let go of the reset button for another 10 seconds. Respond with any results.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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