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I reset my router, now I cannot get the other computers in my home connected to the internet. What do I do?

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There are multiple possible causes for this.

- Did you make sure you entered the new security code (WEP or WPA key) on all of your computers?
- Did you change the security type to something other than your old setup?
- Did you back up and restore your router settings?
- Did some setting get changed that allows only one computer on your network? You can find this out by turning off your working computer and trying to connect another one.
- Have a look through all of the settings for your router and try to find something that might restrict your network to one computer. If in doubt, post your finds here.

Posted on May 17, 2011

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