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Keep getting disconnectied

Hi, I've a netgear rouder... it was fine untill two days ago... but...
it keep getting disconnected... it started yesterday and when I took the power out for few second... it went back to normal... but.. from today...
It keep disconneting it every 1 min or so... what should I do?

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Re: Keep getting disconnectied

Look for a hardware update that you can download to your computer, then upload to your router. Other things you could try is unplugging the router overnight, pressing the reset button for 30 seconds, or setting it back to factory defaults in the settings. I hope this helps you.

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