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Belkin router I have the same problem as many - I can't download or watch videos when hooked to the router. I can go straight from modem to computer and all is fine.

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I kinda had the same problem but u need a belkin usb adapter to get the signal atthe bootom right it should show a computer blinking with green but using the modem to computer is another way to get a good connection i have 2 one wireless one lan connect incase one goes down

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http://en-us-support.belkin.com/app/product/list/q/routers/session/L3RpbWUvMTMzMjg1ODQzNS9zaWQvUGJRaGY4VWs%3D

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To get the connection back all you need to do is just connect the modem to the router to the yello port & computer to any gray port on the router.
& unplugg the power from the router first & then from the cable modem. Wait 30sec & plug the power to the cable modem first & then once the modem is on completly plug the power to the belkin router.
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when you say that everything works when the router is NOT hooked up to the PC, does that mean that you have the DSL modem connected directly to the computer?

then, when you hook up the router, you're connecting it BETWEEN the DSL modem and your computer?

You probably need to log in to your router and set it up to connect through the DSL modem to the internet: it may not do it automatically.

is this computer running windows XP?

if so, go to control panel, then network connections.

if you double click on the local area connection, and go to the support tab, it should list something like this:

Address type: assigned by DHCP
IP address: 10.0.1.100
Default gateway: 10.0.1.1

Try opening internet explorer, and typing in the numbers it lists for default gateway.  hopefully, that will bring up the configuration screen for your router.

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