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Problem with my router connection

I have a computer upstairs that i have my internet service through... I bought a D- link router as well as an adapter... Hooked it all up and it was working fine... Come home one day and suddenly the network i set up for the router is not being detected... I am picking up signal from other routers in the area but not from the router i have upstairs on my main computer... I tried to unplug it and plug it back in... What could be the problem? Please help

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Log into the router from the machine that's wired to it and see if the SSID broadcast for the wireless network is disabled.

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