Question about Computers & Internet
Almost all routers have a reset button about the size of a pencil lead on the back. Sometimes it is painted red. Find it, use a paper clip and push the button in while the router is on. Hold it until all the lights on the front go off/on.
Now your router is restored to factory defaults without any security. Reset your SSID and password, write it down and tape it to the bottom of the router.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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