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Router won't connect w/desktop

I have router WBR-1310 and I am having problems connecting it with Vista. It worke for a little while before but I had to disconnect it and when I reconnected it, it no longer worked.

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Yeah well..since if u had XP you will not be having that problem..but since it is vista..you ll have to ask your internet's customer care..to reset modem through which your wireless router gets the signal..and then try it should work for sure..ok

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