the only way i can get it to work again is by resetting the router by hitting the reset button in the back of the router. I then have to reconfigure everything, and type in a new password and everything. But after a couple of hours, or a day, the password changes, and i cant get on the wireless network.
Connection Type: dhcp
Security Type: WPA2-PSK
Ive tried the other security type first, its what i had originally. And i changed it to WPA2, thinking it'll be a difference, but it didn't.
I searched your forums and found that this guy had the same problem as me:
I may have a rootkit like he had, but i don't know exactly what it is. I ran an anti virus, software yesterday, but it didn't find anything. i used AVG free, and spybot search and destroy.
All the password changes, the wireless pass phrase, and the admin password when i try to get into the routerlogin screen. So like i said, i have to do a hard reset on the router, and set everything up all over again from new. the solution only works for a day or so, and then I'm back to the original problem.
Please help, I really don't have time to be dealing with problems now. i just started college, and now that this problem happened, its really hard for me to get most of my work done since the only way i can get on the internet is by being wired.
Edited by garcia2100, 04 September 2009 - 09:51 PM.