Question about NetGear RangeMAX 240 WPNT834 Wireless Router
First and foremost if you are upgrading the firmware from a wireless connection then you stand a great chance of bricking your router. always use a wired connection to flash firmware into a router. sendly, you should reset the router to default settings before and after you flash it. this will clear the nvram and help prevent any problems with the old firmware. hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
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