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Wireless network has disappeared !

I have a DI-634m and the Wireless NEtwork has suddenly stopped functioning and is not even listed on the "My Network Connections" list.

Whta could have happened ?

I've looked at the manual trying to reset, and I can't get even get into which is the Setup Wizard URL.

I have internet connection through the D-Link box by wire to my desktop.

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Re: Wireless network has disappeared !


If I understand your post/description:
1. You have both wired and wireless clients tied to the DLink DI-634M router;
2. The 1st PC is a desktop that uses Ethernet connections to the DLink and is currently working;
3. You have another (2nd) PC (a laptop?) that is connect by WiFi to the router. This is not working now;

I think that your issue may have to do with the Wireless networking of your 2nd PC, i.e. if you can access (DLink DI-634M) from the 1st PC that is wired.

Should this be the case or the scenario is different, pls post back.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back as requested or should you be in need of additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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