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How to save the d-link installation and re-load windows xp

The supplier set upmy D-Link which works fine but I need to re-load windows xp (blue screen of death too often)

Is there anyway I can do this without losing the D-Link set up?

thanks a lot

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Within the web based setup of the router is an option to save a backup of your current settings. (while it is working) save the file (it needs to be saved to a flash drive or external hdd as it will be lost if you put it in a folder and reload your system again) you then enter the web based router setup and restore the router with this file from the flash or external hdd........however, I know of no way to keep your network settings on the actual PC or laptop unless you are only doing a repair and not a full format when you reinstal windows you must enter the info during setup or if wireless you must go to network connections and set the properties on the wireless connection by using the advanced settings such as type of security, etc.........if not unplugged the router should retain its settings.

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