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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-05-2014, 05:47 AM Thread Starter
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Hello, i'm new and i have a problem with my router. I have a d-link dir 600 router and my problem is : the wi-fi signal is strong but when i try to connect to the router there's a yellow triangle and says no connectivity. Can you help me please?
It was working until a few days ago... and i can connect via cable
pleaseeeee heeeeeelp
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-05-2014, 06:11 AM
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Hi N/a.

This is a forum for wood working routers.

I have moved you post to the lobby. to see if any one will help you.

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Check this out

You aren't the first.
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Hi, Lulu; certainly no problem with your English.

Welcome! Put away your computer and make some sawdust...
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Thanks so much for coming Luluu, things have been slow, N
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if vindaloos suggestion does not work, try the following

make sure the cap-lock is off when entering passwords and unplug from wall (1 minute) and plug back in - this initiates a router hard reset

or try unplugging it, remove any batteries, let sit for 24 hours and reverse the procedure

or go to the other end of the cable (or other machine) and see what you did when it stopped working (like you ran CCCLEANER OR ADDED A WEB GAME)

or go to D-link and ask them

or find a forum about electronic routers and not wood routers

best regards - Baker
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Sounds like we can blame Google for this one. Sent me to electronics when I did a search for Router Forem.
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