Question about Computers & Internet
The only solution here is to manually reset your router (usually a pushbutton on router)then go into router and reinstall settings. Make sure you write down all your known setting before doing this, and you know the default router address, ID, and PW, before doing this. This information is usually available on the router manufacturers website.
TIP- after its set up, write the SSID, user ID, PW, router IP, and security key on the router.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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