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Danawar

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My De link USB 'thing' does not seem to be conecting to my network on start up, origanly it worked and would connect easly but then i broke it and had to buy a new one, i have instaled the new software they are bouth pretty much the same, but this new one does not connect on start up unfortunatly i have to repair it on windows before it connects every time. also it seems my IP has changed from 192.168.1.4 to 1.2 :/ can any one help me restore it to its original state?

-thanks danawar

thing = usb stick that looks like a memory stick that connects to my dlink router :whistling:
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silverbeard

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Hi Danawar,

Have you tried a System Restore? start/ run/ open=msconfig. Launch system restore on the General tab
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Danawar

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thats another problem the old software does not work with this new usb 'thing' but the software that came with it does... so system restore would unfortunatly not work :/
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the "thing" is a dongle...and it might be helpfull to get a model number for it
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