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I bought a new computer and installed my wireless-g..it ate the disc up...can I down load it off the internet and make a copy to install on my computer... thanks gary

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Give me your make, model# etc. I will send you a link to download the required soft ware, however you don't need the cd.

on the back or bottom of the router it will list the default IP address.
192.168.xx.xx. with just this you can access the router to set up everything. Netgear use Admin as user and Password as password
Belkin use admin as user with no password, D-link use admin admin.

disconnect from internet, plug ethernet cable from router to pc/notebook, open browser (Internet Explorer/ Firefox)
Type in to where the WWW.whatever.com goes the default numbers. (for mine it would be 192.168.15.1)
press the enter button and log in to the router and your in the setup utility, plug in the ethernet cable from modem to uplink side of router and have it detect.

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