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Can't Accses Internet With D Link Di 524 Wireless Router


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#1 supersquaw

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Posted 31 July 2008 - 07:34 PM

I got a d link wireless router for my psp. When I hook it up according to the instructions, I can't acsess the internet through the computer that it is wired through, so I can't configure it for my psp.

I ran the wizard for setting up a home network but it still doesnt work. The status light blinks, the power light is solid, the wan, wlan and 1 light flash like a strobe. I can't get to any web sites, firewall is turned off too. What the hell? Should I execute it with a 12 lb sledgehammer?
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Posted 31 July 2008 - 08:08 PM

Hey supersquaw,

It could be a number of things based on your post. A bit more info would be useful:

1. Is the router showing on your PC i.e. can you see it on your device manager?

2. Is it showing any connectivity at all? like 'limited or no connectivity' alerts?

3. Any other unusual or new alerts you may have been getting?

Normally, when you install a router you get two types of instructions 'Quick and dirty' and the full manual. Often the quick set up misses out vital steps like configuring the workgroup and so on. It may be useful to look through the full instructions to see if you've missed a step.

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Posted 31 July 2008 - 09:10 PM

too late, it's been executed with a fire extinguisher. too much dns and aids for me to f*ck around with, and I know quite about about c*ntputers. it's not worth the stress just to play socom on the dot com
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