Question about D-Link Wireless N 750 Dual Band Router DIR-835
It was working fine, suddenly no wi fi
Posted by Anonymous on
Unplug the router's AC power adapter for 5 minutes to ensure all capacitors have drained. Plug it back in and the router will reboot.
If your wireless doesn't start working. Log in to your router and check your wireless settings
Posted on Sep 28, 2014
This one can be one of two things.
If you have a digital multimeter, check the power connection and make sure that it's not to high (eg. 7.5 V DC should read no more than 7.8 V for it to work properly)
Otherwise, just reset the router. I have a feeling it is the first one.
Once it reaches to 130% above of what's rated, it can fry your network adapter in your computer and possibly more damage if it's wired.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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