Question about NetGear RangeMax WPN824 Router
You can actually restore the router back to it's factory state.
-Router must be on.
-There's a small hole at the back of the router, and it says there "Reset." There is a button inside that will allow you to reset it to the factory settings.
-You can use a pin or a paperclip to reach the button.
-Press and hold it down for 10-15 seconds until the lights go steady then start flashing
-After doing it, your router is now restored to the factory settings
You can setup a new password for your router.
Click here for the PDF manual for your router.
Hope this helps! :D
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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