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Unable to connect to internet

Hi there, my internet connection has been working fine up until yesterday, when i now try to connect, it says page cannot be displayed, you are not connected to the internet. Have unplugged netgear and plugged back in, but still the same, this is happenin on both PC and laptop??

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Just try to connect directly from modem ..... if your able to connect to internet just download the firmfare update from the site given below
http://kbserver.netgear.com/products_automatic/MR814v2.asp

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if this continues...you may need to reinstall the unit...there is generally a reset button (very small) on the underside of ur wireless unit and take the appropriate steps..

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