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Wireless router not visible

Hi,

My wireless router is not appearing in the list of wireless networks around me, earlier it was working fine, now i am able to see all other wireless networks of my neighbours but not mine.
I am using a DLink wireless router
Thanks,
Prabaharan.G

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  • Anonymous Oct 27, 2008

    all of sudden my ssid stopped being visible. Router is set to broadcast. I have used it to connect from laptops with win2000 & vista

  • networkmagic May 11, 2010

    What type of computer and operating system are you using? Laptop? Desktop? Windows XP? Vista? Has anything changed with your Dlink wireless router? Have you tried unplugging the power to your router in order to reset it?

  • jose contreras Apr 23, 2013

    im using my iphone and my router are hide

  • jose contreras Apr 23, 2013

    and i have to use it but i cant

  • jose contreras Apr 23, 2013

    moveeeeeeee

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    Advantek Networks

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There are 1 of many problems here, first thing like he said is simply reset it. The next thing is to make sure no one is connecting to your router and changing your settings. If they disable broadcast SSID, you won't see it. Best way to safegaurd from that is enable wireless security WPA and make a password to remember. If you have done all of this and no luck, the last step to take is changing the channel under the wireless setting to somthing differnt from what your neighbors could be running. After all that if no luck, it could be your adapter needs to be reconfigured, or a bad adapter/router. Good luck. Message me on AIM if there are any other problems @ Copter64.

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