Question about Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)
The router was working fine until a power shortage with the computer. The computer has been repaired, but the router now indicates it has a problem by the "world" icon blinking. Would anyone have an idea, could it have burnt out when the pc had a power shortage?
Any ideas would be greatly appreciate.
It is very common during any type of electrical spike (like power surge or lightning strike) to have the increase in power go through the network card over to the router and burn it up. This is not an issue if you are connected wirelessly, only when you are hard wired to the router. Also possible the surge came through the power source and got both of them. I would hold down the reset button for about thirty seconds to see if your light stops blinking. If it stops you can probably go in and configure it to connected again. Hope this helps
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