My router has been working just fine for over a year, and just this morning it started being unable to connect at more than 1mbps, and now the desktop computer that uses the wireless connection can't access the internet. It appears to be unable to find the router at all, because where it usually says 'Connected to Internet', it just has '-.-.-.-.-'. If there's any more information needed, please let me know!
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Likely cause: Your wireless router may need to be power cycled, or the connection settings have changed.
How to fix: Power cycle your router; redo the connection settings on the Wii and try again.
Did this connection used to work but has suddenly stopped? "Power cycle" your router and modem. To do this, unplug both the modem and the router from the power outlet. Wait a few minutes, and plug the modem back in. Wait a couple of minutes for the modem to initialize, then plug in the router. Try to connect the Wii, Nintendo DS, or Nintendo 3DS online and test for proper response.
Erase your old connection settings on the Wii and set up a new one, as your router's settings may have changed since you last connected. We suggest following our guide to create a new connection file and start over.
Are you trying to install the router.You can do it manually
without the CD. MAke sure that your computer is able to go
online through the modem. If your computer is able to go online
through the modem Then you need to connect the computer to the
router ad the modem to the router. open the set up page of the
router and change the settings of the router according to the
ISP. Click Here for step by step by instructions
Try resetting the Linksys back to the factory defaults and configure it again.
Power up the router and press the pinhole RESET button on the back of the router for 30 sec
Connect a LAN cable to the wireless router and open a browser and enter to router's configuration IP address and configure the wireless settings, remove the LAN cable when configuration is completed.
You need to configure then wireless card in the computer/laptop with the router's wireless settings.
What did you install last on the laptop?, if its anti virus disable it and try connecting.If after that it does not work ,reinstall the computer OS something is corrupted.It's definately not the router issue.
1) double click on the wireless network icon on the status bar 2) click on View wireless network 3) click on change advance settings 4) go to wireless networks 5) under the preferred networks, remove the SSID 6) try to connect again
DHCP may not be working on the router. What IP address does the router give your computers? It should be a 192.168.123.xxx address as default. If you are not getting an IP, then you will have to set a static IP in the range above to connect to the router setup webpage and reenable DHCP.
you say it suddenly stopped working, if you can connect to the router via ethernet cable then try to access the router's web utility page and make sure your router is in mixed or G-only. If you can't still connect to the router through wireless then try restarting the Wireless Zero Configuration from windows. This is how it's made: Go to control panel and double-click "administrative tools", then double-click "services". You will see a list, scroll down to Wireless Zero Configuration and click "stop", you'll see a progress bar. After that click "start", you'll see another progress bar. Now try connecting to your router via wireless connection. If you still can't connect then repair the connection by right-clicking the wireless icon at the bottom right corner. Keep repairing until you connect.
Hope this works!