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Help? my msi router has seemed to died no power or lights on triedchecking all connections but nothing internet is still working on main pc luckly i dont have second one at mo so does anyone no wots happening ??

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Will Kibler : so far seem kind of guy who talks to help and not just write something on a page, maybe you can help me too.

A few month ago i try to update my firmware router. Router model and brand is MSI RG60SE... and update for firmware i download from some site, not from MSI becouse i can find there for this model... updating firmware (disconect from wireless so i belive process not complete\intrerupted) can not access web interface and wireless point is unavailable from any device. Al light are on "PWR, WAN , lan 1; 2 ; 3 ; 4" just 2 are off SYS and WLAN.
I read some replay about "connecting to serial" i hope someone can help me if it's the only way.
Note: internal board from device have no pin just (SJ1 4 point [5v][()(GND)(5v)])
Sorce: http://www.digdice.com/msi-rg60se-serial-port/ (and verify by me after i read this)

following details:

Router : MSI RG60SE
router's firmware : 3.5.3 Build 070416 Rel.38958n
specific RouterTech firmware i tried : 3.7.2 Build 080303 Rel.57149n msi
upgrade via ethernet or wireless connection : Wireless ()
upgrading via the web interface or PC Tool : Web Interface
error or problem while upgrading the firmware : if i remember correctly,no error just disconect from router
reset router to factory defaults : before upgrading no reset and now reset not working
detail the current state of your router : web interface = can not access.
: wireless not detect the presence
: Pwr, WAN, Lan 1 2 3 4 = on all time no blinking.
: SYS and WLAN = are off all time.

I belive i need to write system.

If anybody can help and have some time for me plz pm soon.
Thank you in advance for your time.

Katallyn

Posted on Sep 17, 2012

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Something internally died. if you are willing to start replacing chips inside the thing. let me know the part numbers from the chips.
If you dont want to get into surface mount soldering I would suggest canning the thing or EBAYing it as parts.

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