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My netgear use to work very good, but now it is not working at high performance it is normally working at 54 mbps and my computer is very slow so how can i get my router to work at a high performance

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You can unplug the router, wait 2 minutes and plug it back in and let it reboot. Sometimes routers get a little crazy and a reboot should fix that unless it's bad. There is a chance the router could be bad but I'd bet the problem is from your Internet Service Provider (ISP). You should contact them and get their tech support to help you check out your system.

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You can log into the router config settings by typin http://192.168.1.1/. in the browser address bar.Then insid the config go to wireless settings>>advanced sttings enable the type of mode you require like a/b/g/n.Switch to b or n type for maximum speed.You may also enable turbo 54g mode .

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Reset it to factory and reconfig.some long not maintenanced routers have tendention to slow down untill they are reset to factory and reconfigured

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