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Re: my belkin keeps losing internet connection..i have to...
Whenever you're asking for technical help with an electronic device, please try to give device details. e.g. model and version numbers, at minimum. Belkin model numbers typically start with F#D (like F5D, F7D, F9D, et cetera)...
You should check Belkin's web site for firmware update availability to your router. I see at least 2 different models on their website that they call "Basic Wireless Router" and manufacturer firmware is generally not interchangeable between models.
If a newer firmware is available for your router, consult http://www.belkin.com/us/support-article?rnId=497 for instructions on how to upgrade the firmware. Your profile doesn't tell us where in the world you are, and you didn't mention that info, so there's no way for anyone that replies to localize the links for you (that's why I posted a link to Belkin's USA support site).
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Try below and if still doesnt work itsbetter to call a repairman .
Here is the simple 5 step process we follow when this happens to our plasma tv. It works most of the time.
1) Completely unplug EVERYTHING connected to the tv, including HDMI cables
2) Press and hold the power button on the tv for 10 seconds
3) Plug power cord ONLY back in to TV
4) Turn tv on.
5) Plug in all other cables at this time.
It is helpful to use a good surge protector with this tv. It still goes out occasionally but not as much.
If the process does not work, wait longer (like an hour) after unplugging everything
when the router looses connection, it is best to just leave it as it tries to reconnect automatically
the blinking lights is the communication process and when connection is made for each section the light stays full on
there should be a on/off button that you just press to restart the searching process or a reset button under a small hole that you use a paper clip to gently press to reset
remember that it is not always the router that looses the connection but the server that it is connecting to
Unplug both the set and box from power for a while--either may have caused a glitch---power both back with everything already connected and see if the reboot that will happen helps or not--a lot of times the box causes this by confusing the set it is connected to.
check the back of the power supply and make sure the voltage selector is set properly. try to switch it back and forth to the correct voltage. Swap the power cord with the monitor. Switch it on again. If the blinking green still comes up, press and hold the power button for about 5 seconds and see how it goes. If this does not work, disconnect all removable items and cables inside the system including power connection and connect them all and test the system again. Hope this helps
Try unplugging and opening the PC and removing the mainboard battery. *It's about the size of a quarter, a little thicker though" Hit the power button about 5 times. (Mind you this will reset ther board to factory settings and you will have to go into set-up and set the time back) plug the pc back up and you may be in buisness.
Hope this helps!
or you can remove all of the plugs from the console: AC, remote sensor, AV. This is important: You must also unplug the AC from the electrical outlet. Then wait 45 seconds, then plug the AC adapter back into the wall and your console. Power On.