Damaged installation disk, need to install Belkin wireless G router.
I purchased the Belkin wireless G router recently and have registered it with you. Before I could download and install it, my installation disk got damaged and I cannot install it. It is Belkin G router, model #F5D7230-4. I have contacted you several times by email, was told to go to Belkin/support, but that website has been purchased by someone else, so it says. I need to install this router, can I not get you to email me or help me install this now? I emailed "contact us" 4 days ago and haven't heard anything back. Can you help me install my router.
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The startup disc is not really required on most home wireless routers. Simply connect the ISP modem to the main port on the router and connect the pc to any other port. You should have internet via wire at this point.
You will have to reset the router by holding in the reset in the back till it cycles. This will clear all custom settings. Then simply use the defaults to log into the web admin if need be, or to setup a wireless key for protection.
Just go to there website, you can usually download any install disk from a MFG website. Usually you really don't need the install disk for a regular router, did you access the settings page and set it up, usually you just open your browser, either internet explorer or firefox, which ever one you use, and put 192.168.1.1 into the URL field at the top and this opens the settings for the router.
Are you trying to install the router. You can do it manually without the CD. MAke sure that your computer is able to go online through the modem. If your computer is able to go online through the modem Then you need to connect the computer to the router ad the modem to the router. open the set up page of the router and change the settings of the router according to the ISP. Click Here for step by step by instructions
Have you tried e-mailing Belkin Customer Support? I had a similar problem, with my PC, they sent the info I needed and I was on line in under 6 minutes (this after spending many frustrating hours scouring the internet).