Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
Routers generally work independent of the OS or "operating system" (whether Mac, Windows, Linux, etc.) . The disk included with some is strictly for ease of set up. There is likely a way to manually install the router from inside your browser (IE, Firefox, etc.) by going to the setup page of the router by typing 192.168.0.1 or 188.8.131.52 or some other variation (the exact address differs from manufacturers and even by model).
At this point - you can either (a) contact the manufacturer for assistance, (b) provide the the manufacturer's name, model and version (if available) so we can help, or (c) google the model of your router to find out how to do it yourself. Without the manufacturer's info - we can't help you very well.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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