Solved: wireless router question

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I have a netgear WGT624v3 that I bought to install in a friend's computer. After I already ordered it and pd for it she decided she didn't want it. I have one on this computer just like it only a v2. I like the looks of this one better and was going to change it out. Will I run into problems doing this? I didn't install the current one. A friend did it for me several yrs ago. Should I just follow the instructions as if I were installing an entirely new one or what? Thanks for any help.
 

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Yep, pretend you have a new router, because you do! :D

You might take screen shots of all the configuration pages in the old one before unconnecting it, that will allow you to see what worked and didn't work for you. :)
 

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This one doesn't have a CD with it to go by, but I went online and got the instructions.
 

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No, John, I got a bad headache and gave it up last night. I have some errands to run today and then I will probably tackle it. Thanks for checking. If I have problems I will be running to you for more help. If I just map out where all the cables are on this one I think I can do it ok.
 

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I decided to wait and do this at another time in case I have problems. I have a lot going on right now at home. I will close this one out for now. Thanks anyway!
 
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