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Dynamode router I have lost connection between the laptop and the dynamode router. Any advice please?

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Re: Dynamode router

Your router should have a reset button ,,usually on the back, you will be able to insert a paperclip or something similar into the hole to depress the button,hold the button for at least 10Secs then release....good luck.

Posted on Feb 03, 2008

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