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When i hook up ther router my internet connection is lost

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Did you install the routers software? It should have had step by step instructions to walk you through the procedure of connecting all of your computers, hard wired and wireless, to it. If you've followed the steps, and it still doesn't connect, turn off everything involved, the computer, router and if there is a separate modem. Then, power the broadband modem on first, wait until the lights all stop blinking, then the router, then finally the computer.Most of the time the tech support for your broadband connection will help you connect, up to a certain point, if still unable to connect they will refer you to contact the manufacturer of the router.

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