Question about D-Link AirPlus DI-524 Wireless Router
I need to know what operating system your are using. You have to delete all of the old connections you have made and if it is a windows based system that would be in the internet protcols properties. if you see the tab advanced setting press that and then select let windows configure wireless setting, then on top again you will see wireless settings tab select that, in the middle of that box select each of the connections and delete each until there all gone. apply and close that box. Use paper clip to reset you wireless router, restart your computer and then your router everything should work fine now. You should be able to go into you routers settings if you need an access number again It will be a 26 digit Number it will be found under your wireless connections in your setting for you router. Hey If this Don't work we can set up a chat on messenger or something so its free I am not gettting paid for this so I can help you. It will work, its just something in the setting got messed up it can be fixed. I sure hope this helps If not we can figure it out..
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
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