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Cannot access Belkin security settings

I have a belkin wireless G router.Previously I have successfully changed the ''guests password'' via security settings via 192.168.2.1 - via blank passsword at login page. Now when entering blank password I get access to status page ok but when security settings selected again returned to login page. i.e I cannot get past status page.

Latest changes to my m/c since last password change are. Microsoft SP2 and Avast virus protection now installed

PLEASE HELP as cannot find any similar problem listed on web sites

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Avast virus disable it then try it you get the other wise reset the router and re-configure it after reset you get the all configuration in default setting then you easly get it but anti virus disable then work after then you can enable

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