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I CAN NOT GET MY COMPUTERS AT HOME TO RECONNECT TO THE INTERNET THROUGH THE ROUTER

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  • cystor May 11, 2010

    A bit more information about your computers and network would help, but try checking these and maybe supply some more info;

    1) Are you using cables to connect your PCs to your router or are you using wireless?
    2) If you are using cables, are the lights on, on the corresponding ports on the router where the cables are plugged in?
    3) If you are using wireless, try using a cable and see if you can connect using that first.
    4) On your PCs (XP, Vista?) go to 'Control Panel, Network Connections' 
    and see if the connections are enabled and connected.
    5) What is the make and model of your router?
    A bit hard to know where to go from here without a bit more information......

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Search for any wifi connection, you will definitely see your router as 1, connect and make sure you add the security code if there is any

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