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Are you resetting it by pushing the reset button on the back near the power connector?
With the power on, hold in the reset button for about 10 seconds.
It that fails, logged into the router and reset it from there. Here is the user's manual:
Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.
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Posted on Apr 18, 2009
This message has nothing to do with your router. Windows 7 is not recognizing your network adapter card possibly due to an incompatible driver.
You need to ensure that your network card has a driver that is compatible with Windows 7 and is installed and working properly.
If you right click on My Computer on the desktop and choose Manage look for Device Manager in the left pane and click on it. Now in the right pane you should see a listing for Network Adapters. First of all if it is yellow with an question mark it means that the driver either is not installed or is not functioning. you will need to find the driver for that network card and install it.
If it looks ok check the version by right clicking on it and selecting properties. Confirm with the vendor that this driver is Windows 7 compatible. If not you may be able to find a generic Microsoft driver that will work.
If that all fails you will need to get and install another network card that is compatible with this operating system.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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