Solved: d-link wireless router

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annie51

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Hi,
I have just got back online after 2 weeks of no internet!!
Virgin media told me there was a problem with the server but it is now fixed. My desktop (windows xp) is now working fine until we try to connect our d-link wireless router to the modem, and then we cannot connect to the internet.
The d-link worked fine before, so I can't work out why it won't work now.
I have been back in touch with Virgin media and they say to have the router checked out, but we have had it a year with no problems until they
messed up with the server.
Hope I have explained enough for somebody to help!!
 

~Candy~

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Hi and welcome.

Once you connect the router, power everything down (modem and router), wait 5 minutes, then restart. Restarting computers may be necessary afterwards as well.
 

annie51

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Thankyou AcaCandy,
I followed your instructions above and it worked straight away!!
Now I have 2 happy boys one with xbox and the other playstation 3.
So glad I joined this forum.
Regards.
 

~Candy~

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You're welcome. Glad to have helped. You can mark the thread solved right above your first post :)
 
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