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Thomson TG585 v7 Resets When Rebooted

Hi there,

I have a Thomson TG585 v7. I have set it up using my ISPs installation CD and then again directly using the IP address provided in the documentation.

The problem I have is that the unit resets itself everytime it is switched off then on again. Fortunately this has only occured twice due to a slowing connection, but we do have a lot of power cuts in winter. Besides, I can't believe that this is the way this unit rolls...

How do I insist on the unit holding on to mildly important scraps of information like WPA passwords etc please?

Many thanks

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  • foxo14 Mar 11, 2009

    hiii guuyz i have the same router how i know if somebody is using my internet access or my wireless through my router??


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Once agian reset it then put in proper place you get it or do one thing press reset button after removing the power twice time then put on the power then re-cofigure it sir/madam

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