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Hi: I am getting ready to replace my computer. Can you give me instructions for rebooting my modem and Netgear wireless router, please? Thanks.

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Really, there's nothing in the router that you'll need to update.

If you use an Ethernet cable to connect your new computer to the router, the computer will just "connect", automatically, to the router.

If your new computer has a wireless adapter, you'll have to enter the SSID and password that you have already configured into the router.

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