Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54GS Router (e125894)
Keep the baby away from your equipment ... it is dangerous for the baby to be pulling on wires ...
Turn everything off ... everything ... unplug your router ... at the rear, find the small hole ... insert a paperclip into the hole ... depress and hold the small button inside for 30 or more seconds. Plug in the modem ... wait for it to settle down. Plug in the router power ... press the button again with the power on. Connect the uplink (wire from the router to the modem) ... let things settle down again ... plug in other network wires ... wait ... turn on your computer(s) you will now have a router that is back in new condition with factory settings ... if not ... replace the router, there is a fault in the device.
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Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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