Let's put it this way, I have plugged in my Belkin Wireless G Routers-802.11g. It worked fine for a few days because I was told to type in the http://192.168.2.1 coding to set up the router. So I typed it in, and it like automatically connected. So both the PC and the Laptop have been in use. Then it started to get really slow on loading and not loading videos or music. Now, its at the point where you cant be on the internet on both consoles at the same time. I have completely disconnected the Router, and plugged the LAN cord back into the PC, yet its still going slow. Can anyone tell me how i can get the computer go fast like it did before, or how I can get the router hooked up and have both computers going at a fast past?
PS. I don't have the disk to the router, for i left it at home. I'm on vacation right now. And I recieved a update blurb saying that my laptop and the PC are on the same IP address and needs to be resolved.
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I see you set Windows back to defaults as you mentioned and now your Router will not go Wireless.
First Restoring Windows Back to Factory Defaults will not reset your Routers Settings to Defaults together with Windows.
So Most Probably the issue is since you restored windows back to factory defaults you may need to install the Wireless Driver again on the Machine / Computer to make your computers wireless card work again and be able to detect and connect to your Belkin Router.
try a difefernt device that can connect wireless to your Router or maybe a different Laptop to see if the Belkin is working fine wireless.
If any other Laptop will not detect the Belkin then try turning the Wireless Radio ON again in the Router Settings of Belkin.
But I suggest to check all your system drivers if installed for it to be wireless capable again on the issue, Restoring Windows back to Default will not change anything in the Belkin Router. I believe this is a Driver issue on the Wireless card of your Computer.
You mentioned the system does work if plugged in Wired right, check your drivers install every driver that needs to be installed from the Manufacturer Website of your Computer for proper and compatible drivers.
Have a nice day.
Since the wireless works fine on your router, then it is possible that there is a problem either on your ethernet cable or on the port of the belkin router.
Try a different ethernet cable. (Ethernet cable is the one that is connected from your computer to the router.) If you don't have a spare cable, you can directly connect the computer to the modem, just to isolate the issue and determine if it is the cable or the computer itself.
If you have determined that the cable is working fine, then try a different port on the router.
I hope this helps!
try unplugging all the wires from your router including power then after 5mins plug internet cable in to the router then plug the power cable into the router then leave it for a few mins untill the router has conected to the internet (usualy indicated by 2 lights changing from flashic which is connecting to solid which is connected then plug the rest of the wires in with the router still on and try it then
Some routers start handing out DHCP wireless IP's at 192.168.2.100. Try setting the upper limit at .110. If the router is found in a site survey (view wireless networks) but cannot connect, the limitation would be why.
First step of solution would be performing Reset. Press and hold the reset button about 30 seconds and release. Check again. If you need customized settings just type 192.168.2.1 in your browser and get into settings.
If issue persist please post for further troubleshooting.
Are there no leds when you power up the router? If there are no leds make sure the 110 volt circuit the router is plugged into is not tripped. If you have leds try holding in the reset button on the back of the router with a paperclip the botton is a small hole located by the internet/wlan port, hold for 10-15 seconds this resets the router to factory defaults. BPCS