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Wireless Router Problem

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#1 jempro


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Posted 28 November 2007 - 08:52 PM

I have been using a netgear router with no problem for over a year.
I now can't connect no matter what I do and how often I reboot all connextions, ie modem router notebook.
I have another notebook as well having the same problem.
How or can I check to see if my wireless router is damaged?
I know its not the modem I my network connection works.

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