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I may have deleted something I shouldn't have and have not wireless connection the main router works fine. I was cleaning up my wifes computer deleting things from the control panel so I suppose that what's maybe missing might be in the recycle bin but I wouldn't have a clue what I may have done. The tool tray just shows no internet connection and the reciever light is not lit. This a WUSB54GSC model router.

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Don't empty the recycle bin or do a disk cleanup yet. Usually a restart will put stuff back. If not, and you have the disks, an uninstall and restart will replace most anything.

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