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I cannot install the router

I used windows vista n i cannot install it whether using the easy installer because it cannot locate any network, i already connected all the cable (all lights are green and i can connect to the internet), or whether i want to install it manually by typing 192.168.2.1 in the address bar... cos there is no response and the internet explorer cannot open the home page...

have any suggestion? thx

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    serra baby May 11, 2010

    hello!



    -- what is the exact model number of your router?
    -- are you trying to configure the router settings wirelessly or directly connected to the router?

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Double check Vista firewall/security. Turn it off for trouble shooting.

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