Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Posted by Anonymous on
Assuming its not dead, ie there's some flashing lights somewhere.
First switch it off, leave if for a couple of minutes, then switch it on again.
If you've already had a go at that, then try resetting the unit.
First, resetting sets the unit back to factory default, so you need all you set up details and passwords ready.
It may be worth connecting by cable to the back of the router, logging into it and saving the setup as a file on you pc.
While the router is still switched on, at the back of the router, there's a small recessed button, you'll need a biro or something similar, press and hold the button in for about 15 seconds. Once done, you should be able to gain wireless access, but you will need to reset all the passwords and link details.
If you were able to save that setu file, you should now be able to download it back to the router.
This in turn will break contact again, but your wireless network setting on you pc should log you back in again.
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