Question about NetGear WGR614 Router
Hi, Recently, I have changed AC/DC adapter for NetGear WGR614 router, as I lost my original NetGear AC/DC adapter. The adapter's electric configuration are same. The router is not at all working with this new adapter. The problem is that once the router is powered on, all LAN ports are ON, eventhough there is no LAN wires connected at respective ports. The steps I have followed are as below:  Powered on the router. This makes all LEDs to be ON, except Wireless and Test LEDs.  Connected Broadband LAN wire into Router's Internet port.  Connect one end of LAN wire to one of 4 ethernet ports and other end to Laptop. But, Windows Netconnection in Laptop indicates that "No LAN connection is detected". I don't guess this problem is due to new AC/DC adapter. Please help me on this issue. Thanks in advance. Arun
Arunk, When you say the electrical characteristics of the new A/C adaptor are the same as the old one did you check to ensure the amperage and the polarity of the power plug is the same as well?
Posted on Apr 03, 2007
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