I'm using a Belkin F5D7230-4 on Windows 7 and have been for a couple of years without any issues. My computer computer and Xbox are connected to it with ethernet cables; everything else connects wirelessly. Sometime in the last week, I started having some unexpected problems. Just the other night, when I had some friends over, nobody was able to connect to my WiFi. It would show up just fine in the list of networks and I had no trouble accessing it on my phone, but they weren't able to connect for some reason. And then today, I was unable to connect to my computer through Windows Media Center on the Xbox 360. I could go online with the console just fine, but I couldn't stream videos.
Thinking my router needed to be restarted, I went into the control panel via 192.168.2.1 but that didn't help anything. I noticed that my wireless connection was no longer showing up in Network Connections, so I tried going to the router control panel again but was unable to do so. After trying various solutions I found online, nothing seemed to work, so I did a hard reset on the router. Since doing so, nothing has been resolved. I'm able to access WiFi just fine, but I can't get into the control panel and my wireless connection still doesn't show up in Network Connections. To make matters worse, my router settings have been reset (thus making it no longer secure) and I have no way of changing my SSID, password, or anything else. I can switch over to using my regular modem to avoid security concerns, but it would be nice to get my WiFi working normally again!
When I run ipconfig /all, my Belkin no longer shows up anywhere (just my Local Area Connection and VirtualBox network) and all of the adapters say "Media disconnected". Does anyone know what might be going on here and how I can fix it? I've never had an issue like this, so I'm not sure what to do. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
EDIT: I've attached my MiniToolBox scan results.
Edited by ZombieToast, 22 September 2014 - 12:27 AM.