Question about NetGear WGR614 Router
Look on the back. You should have a reset button. It may be recessed so you'll have to use a toothpick or pen or something that can get in the little hole for it.
but if you press that it'll reset the router back to defaults... some models you need to unplug the power, press/hold the button, then plug the power in while holding it and then release it after a couple seconds.
The user guide will more clearly tell you how to do the reset, but that's the general procedure.
Once that's done, give it a few seconds to do it's onboard diagnostics.. then log into it with the default login/password. Make sure you change it and try to put in something you might remember.. if you don't like writing down your passwords, then just write down a "suggestion" question somewhere that should remind you what the actual password is.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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