Question about MSI Wireless-G RG54G3 Router
I have an MSI RG54G3 router and it worked perfect for a month; and then it stop working, i mean it works and i can connect to it but access to internet. i think i've tryed everything but i'm not an expert, not even close!!!i've even uninstall Norton because i thought it was the problem, but didn't work. my computer is working well as i can connect to my friends router perfectly. the router is ok too because in the store were i bought it, it works(they even gave me a new one); i just don't know what to do anymore. can anyone help me please? i am from portugal and in portugal all connections are PPPoE; any ideia? thanks
Try to run a search by going to Start>Search and search for 'Hotfix' hotfix was a gateway update that had some not-so-great side effects and by running a search and tracking down the file(s) and deleting them should give you full or at least partial internet access. This may work for all routers, but it has 30% success rate. Good luck, and find some other forums to see deeper into the hotfix situation.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
I don't know what you mean by "if you have the settings". i apologize for being so ignorant about this, but i reaaly don't know what you are asking me to put in manually.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
Junk Router - Buy Linksys
Posted on Jul 12, 2007
My blitzz bwa611 did the same thing, one day after 2 years working perfectly, it started blocking my access to the internet. all the proper lights on the dsl modem and on the router are lit just like when it was working, and my firewall lists number of packets sent and recieved, but i cannot get any webpager to show on the screen. its as if the computer is working on the internet at someone elses bequest, and i have no access or control. i wiped my harddrive clean wrote zeros to it reinstalled everything, but no help. i just cannot break through to the internet through this router, though i can install an internet connection on the computer itself without the router in the system and regain access to the internet. i had this same problem, when i first bought the router, and it continued til my computer savy son visited and installed it for me, completely disregarding all the nonworking instructions and relieing on his own knowledge, and had it working in ten minutes, after i'd tried for months to make it work using the instructions supplied with the router. unfortunately he is a thousand miles away and no visits planned soon. i can build computers and built my presemnt one but have no idea how to correct this, but it seems to me eddye is having the same problem. i know the dns address eddye is getting 0.0.0.0 is wrong the correct default dns address should be in his installation paperwork, and possibly on the modem itself. i cannot remember the default number, but surely someone hwo reads this will, its 1.168. something i believe.
Posted on Feb 08, 2007
Can you type your routers address in your internet browser (refer to your manual eg 192.168.2.1) and check to see if your router is connecting to your ISP servers (Primary DNS Server and Secondary DNS Servers), it will display noughts if not; various numbers starting with no. 8.
Posted on Nov 13, 2006
I would suggest you contact your ISP and make sure that there is not a problem on that end.
Posted on Nov 11, 2006
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