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Hi; i have a Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router, a couple days ago my wifi used to work all fine but i had to unplug it n then when i pluged it again my wifi doesnt work.. could u help me with this problem? thanx

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Please check ur wifi device ip is not conflict & check the channel

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