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Need help with my dgl 4300


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So I bought this fancy router, it worked for a few days and now I can't seem to pick up signal with my gaming systems, or a laptop in the next room, this thing is a few moments from the trash, before it, I had a run of the mill linksys G router, thought this thing was supposed to be the cats pajamas, anyone who can offer help, thank you in advance!
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I guess it would help to mention some details as well, sorry I was beat when I posted last night. So for the above problem. I have set the router to factory settings and tried using the basic wizards to set up this network, I used no security features, when then didn't work I tried a hard reset (pushing and holding the reset button in for ten seconds) Still nothing. I wrote dlink and they told me to do things I have already tried. Also when I set my xbox 360 to use an ad-hoc it shows full bars but won't connect, I am not the most computer savvy but I am pretty sure an ad hoc is for picking up signal from another pc and not a router, I am having the same problems with my ps3. :)
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