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You could check documentation on your Router at the manufacturer's website. If you luck out, however, you will find a hole in the back of the router which you can stick a pin into, which automatically resets the router back to it's defaut state when you first got it. Then use your computer software to set it up again.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
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