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My pantech px-500, which i have had for 3 years , now does not work and dispalys its red light. i use the card in a linksys router.
does this mean my card is dead?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi I'm using Linksys wireless
You can try first to reset the router, by pressing the reset button for 30 seconds using a pen while power is ON then after that just run the setup CD for it to reconfigure the router and if it failed to reconfigure the router, better for you to contact Linksys tech support and have teh router replace since it has 3 year warranty, this is the number 8003267114 they are open 24/7...
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Router can be misconfigured.
Try to reset to default.
Shutdown your computers.
On the back out the router there is a hole which you can insert a paperclip, toothpick etc, hold it for about 5 seconds then pull out the power plug.
After about 5 seconds plug it back in.
When the lights stabilize boot the computer.
Try to access to default ip: http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.1.101
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
The symptoms don't look too good. Looks like the host controller is querying the hard disk (blink) and not liking the answer - or lack thereof (red).
It looks like the internal disk is defective. Sometimes the disk can be (possibly partially) recovered by disassembling the enclosure and mounting it in another enclosure or directly inside a compatible desktop PC.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
I held a successful career in computers and networking for 23 years. In my experience, I found that Linksys does make good routers. However, the power supplies tend to fail. Try replacing the power supply. That should do the trick. You don't have to shell out substantial cash for an original power supply from Linksys. A universal remote from Radio Shack, or other electronics retailer, will do just fine.
If replacing the power supply does not fix the problem, it is time for a new router. If you are going to buy a new one, I recommend Belkin or D-Link, over Linksys. The power supplies on these brands tend to be more reliable.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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