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Linksys Speed Booster setup has un-clickable buttons... I can only press EXIT. PLEASE HELP! I've installed it and I put the device in too!

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The speed booster software may not be compatible with the hardware you are trying to use it on. You may want to contact linksys to see if that hardware device is compatible with your booster program.

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okay, you may have DSl or cable as your ISP, let me post both for other's use

better if you start off with a clear router.

locate and press the reset button on the router for 20-25 seconds, then let it go, after so unplug the power, then plug it back in after 15 seconds. this router's reset may be hidden, use a paper clip or a pen to do this, it will be tagged "reset" eitherway.

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