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Router not working

My wireless router is only a few months old, but suddenly it has stopped working. my internet connection is fine (i can connect to either my laptop or my desktop by connecting to my modem directly), but when i try to use the router, i can no longer connect to the internet. all of the ethernet ports are working and my cables are fine, so i don't know what the problem is. I have reset the router and the modem several times, so that's not the problem either. Is there a solution, or should I just give up and buy a new router?

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Check the adapter definitions on your PC

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