Question about Computers & Internet
There should be a pinhole at the back of your router. Press and hold a small object in it for 30 seconds, or until the indicator lights stop flashing. You can remove the object from the pinhole at that point, and wait until the lights return to normal before you begin using your internet.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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