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It is not the problem with the router. It is the problem with the wireless adapter on your computer. Open Network connections and look for Wireless network connection. If it is not there then open the Device Manager and look for Wireless network adapter under Network adapters. It seems that wireless adapter on your computer is not working or it is not detected by your computer. If you have external wireless adapter then unplug it and replug it.
Your Wireless Router may have its name not broadcasting or hidden, check in the settings if it's hidden then manually connect your P.C.'s Laptops ,you won't find it using 'search for network'. Just right click on wireless icon near clock, select 'Open network and sharing center' and right click it. Now select 'Set up a new connection or network', Select 'Manually connect to a wireless network' and fill in the gaps. should work fingers crossed.
Only thing that can cause your wlan light not working consistantly or with some blinks (which is normal thing) is bad lan cable which leads from your ADSL modem to your wlan entrance on your wireless router, please check that cable in order to fix that problem. Cable doesnt need to be coaxial so it can have 2 different lan sets (2 poles of exits male and female exit). Thats it ! =)
Sadly they do go, sounds like you've tried the best solutions. You can try 1 more, power cycle everything, this time, hit the little reset button on the back of the router, and see if you can connect through wifi after if. If not, sounds like it's fried. Use a surge suppressor on your modem, router, all that good stuff, lightning can easily take electronics out if you don't have the proper protection.
Save yourself some time, go grab a wireless N router for under $100, the increase in range alone is well worth the investment.
The cable internet is not "seeing" the computer. The router is blocking it. That is why it works if you plug it into the modem directly. How to solve this is to turn everything off and unplug power to modems and routers for 3-5 minutes. Then replug in routers. Then restart computers.
That is why it worked at the computer store. Everything was shut down and restarted.
Also, sometimes it is necessary to call the ISP (for example Comcast) and have them re-send the signal. Also going to Control Panel Network Connections and choose "repair the connection" will reset the signal. Be patient it will work.
This is just a problem with the wireless settings of the router, you can try first to reset the router by pressing the reset button for 20 seconds while power is ON and then after that you should be able to find the default wireless name of the router which is linksys, after you reset the router just need to reconfigure it back...
If you haven't made any changes and suddenly your wireless connection has stopped working than these are the signs that your router is offline.
Now first of all check that on your router have you got the dsl or the internet light solid if it's not solid then it could be a problem with your broadband line...check with your isp whether the signals are there on the line or not.
Now, if the signals are there then...
1) Do a complete power cycle of your router unplug all cables from your router replug them then check....
if still you are not able to open up any pages on ie...then reset your router to default settings...
in order to reset your router at the back of your router you will find a small hole that is the reset hole press the pin in that hole for 10secs that will reset your router....restart both of your comps....
Now, if you are using windows xp then
click start>control panel>in control panel click on switch to classic view>after that click on network connections>
in network connections you'll find wireless network connections....right click on wireless networks..
then click view wireless networks you'll get an option of belkin wireless network..select it and press connect....
once it says connected close all the screens and run the router installation disc that you got with your router .....you will be able to connect..
If you are on windows vista then
click start>then in start menu click connect to you'll find belkin network select it and press connect once connected run the router installation disc...