Wireless Router Problem

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  1. EffBeeEye

    EffBeeEye New Member

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    For some reason two days ago my wireless router stopped working. The desktop computer directly connected to the router and cable modem works fine. However, the two laptops that connect to the router wirelessly receive no signal. This just happened all of the sudden, I have no idea what caused it. I tried changing the channel, and I have WEP disabled, so I'm clueless at this point. Any help would be great.
     
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    Reset to defaults? press in on the little button on the back for 5-10 seconds till lights flash. Firmware upgrade...:dunno: just throwing out some ideas to try
     
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    I lose my wireless at home once in a while and a reboot of the router fixes it.
     
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    RotorBalls Gonz

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    ah yes, that was the obvious fix. I guess I assumed he had already power cycled the router and modem if needed
     
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    hmmm weird, none of the suggestions worked. I'm clueless at this point. On the router the WLAN light is on, but none of the laptops show any signal still. :dunno::dunno:
     

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