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Click'n connect can't discover the router

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1. If you have a modem, connect the modem to the router(make sure modem should be connected to the port on which LAN, Internet, WAN is mentioned. It would be a separate one port on the router) and router to the computer.
2. Insert the disk that came with the router, inside the computer.
3. Follow the on screen instructions.
4.No, connect to the wireless.

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Disable all the firewalls on your computer, ensure that the wireless card on computer is on and is working fine. ensure you entered the right network key.

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Hi i am getting an error message clinkn connect can't discover router. please check the cable connection and make sure the router is powered on


This could be a cable fault.You can buy simple cable checkers at aPC store.If this isn't faulty,try uninstalling and then reinstalling the disc that came with it or going to device manager clicking on modems and seeing if your router is there if it is right click on to it and click update driver.RESTART THE COMPUTER.
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Old configuration parameters are lost. Check with your service operator for a fresh config details to enable the router in gateway mode.

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Dlink routers are fairly easy to set up most of the time, I've used several of them over the years. What the heck is this tower you keep speaking of? Is it a second computer or is it THE computer for your desktop monitor. Your explanation leaves a lot to be desired. I've never seen a commercial router that stands up like a tower computer and if you have one, it is probably a pretty expensive unit, so we must clarify and completely understand what you are talking about. You indicate that removing power and cables from the tower would disable your monitor and that makes it sound like the tower IS your computer. Does that make sense to you, it does to me.

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