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I have a belkin wireless G router that i attepted to connect a while ago and did not work. I am trying to hok up now and do not know where to start ......lost all the books

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I HAVE BELKIN ROUTER WHICH WAS WORKING FROM 8 MONTHS, BUT IT IS NOT WORKING NOW .MODEL NUMBER IS F6D4230-4V1

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You just need to go to the belkin website and look up your model of router on the product or support pages. On that page there will be downloads for manuals and install guides as well as software and so on.

www.belkin.com or if this works this is the support router start page
http://en-us-support.belkin.com/app/product/list/q/routers/

You should just have to select a G type router and the model number/name should be on a sticker or on the case (bottom). Put that in and you will be at the support page for your router. The manuals and such are identical to the ones that came with it. So you should be able to grab the user manual and a quick setup guide and use those to get yourself going.

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