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My computer cant find my router

I just bought a router used the setup disk went through all the steps of hooking it up to the computer, but when it starts to cheak my computer settings it says the router is dissconnected or conected wrong. Ive checked the hookups four times but it says the same thing every time, whats wrong?

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  • sharaie1 Jan 18, 2009

    I have tried everything and cannot get this router to work on my laptop but works with my fiance's laptop. He has vista and i have xp. I don't know what to do . Router and modem are working properly but I keep getting the same message that I have a disconnected cable.

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  1. Make sure your network cable from the modem to the router is good and connected to the uplink port
  2. If connecting directly try other port
  3. Check local area connection properties
  4. Double click "local area connection"
  5. On the middle box find and highlight "Internet Protocol ( TCP/IP) and click "Properties" button
  6. Make sure "Obtain an IP Address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically" are the only ones checked and click "ok" button
  7. Make sure "ethernet card" is NOT disabled
  8. Update ethernet card driver if necessary.
Wireless:
  1. Turn wireless switch on
  2. Check wireless connection properties and that Internet Protocol TCP/IP configuration is similar to the above
  3. On wireless properties select "Wireless Network" tab and Add your SSID (wireless network name) if not there and if there Move "Up"
  4. Update wireless card driver
Router:

  1. Double check to see that "Automatic Configuration" DHCP is selected
  2. Double check to see if "DHCP"server is enabled
  3. Check wireless network mode and select correct mode
  4. Check wireless channels and adjust as necessary

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