Question about Computers & Internet
Remove the rj45 cable of your router then reconnect to the lan port found at the back of your PC. then you will have internet connection. After that download the latest router driver found at the manufacturers website. After that you may now return the rj45 cable to your router. Happy surfing!!
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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