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 Resetting a wireless router?

Answer A reset is a poor description, a better one would be "power cycle" or "reboot".A actual "reset" clears all user modified configuration information and returns the router to the factory default sett... Read More »
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I ordered a wireless router, but got no wireless adapter or wireless card?

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