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Am unable to connect wirelessly. Have to plug directly into my modem. Problem started about a week ago.

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Try restarting your linksys Router. Unplug the Power supply and wait 10 seconds, then plug it back in.

Assuming you have Windows XP go to the taskbar where the wireless icon is. Right-Click > View available wireless networks.
Can you see your wireless network?

If not you might have to reset the router but you'll need to reconfigure it. To reset it use a ballpoint pen to press 10 seconds on the reset button at the back of the router.


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