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My router keeps resetting by its self nonstop. it will stop for a while then start doing it again. Why?

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Your router could be faulty,faulty processor etc.
It could be a faulty driver or something has corrupted the driver.
Dodgy software is a problem that won't go away.Reinstall the disc that came with your router,(uninstall it first of course),then restart your PC. If it continues to reset itself send it back to the manufacturers.That's what I would do.Or buy another.Or have a word with your manufacturer.It could also be a faulty configuration.

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