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derek2005

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I have at my dad's house a netgear wgt624 wireless router hooked up. Recently a tree from their neighbors house fell on their powerlines. Now I can't login to my router. I can't use password or the password i changed it tooo. I've reentered around 20 times to make sure i was typing it correctly but, still no go. It hasn't reset itself because i setup a 128-WEP key for the wireless and that still works just fine. I've turned off the router and the dsl modem and turned them back on the way the directions say to and still no go... Anyone have any ideas to reset my router or get in to my router????


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You can access the router through an HTML page but you need to be on a cable, not the wireless. The instruction book will tell you how.
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you can press the reset button on the router itself, and hold it down for 10 seconds. this resets all settings and the password should be reset, while the login is admin.
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You can access the router through an HTML page but you need to be on a cable, not the wireless. The instruction book will tell you how.

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I can access the router wirelessly. I've done it before.....
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you can press the reset button on the router itself, and hold it down for 10 seconds. this resets all settings and the password should be reset, while the login is admin.

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At first when i looked for the reset button i couldn't find it. So i didn't know if their was one. But i found it in a corner. Thanks for the reply
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