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#46
Oniketsoku

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I was told to use this program by a friend
http://service1.syma...c_nam#_Section2
:tazz: Would it help at all?
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Anyone have any input on what I should do ??? ; ;
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You could try that but you might want to wait until someone else replies. The message I'm giving you is a way to fix it if you were to preform it right after it happens, but it could be to later to do it on your computer.

Ok. One way to keep yourself from doing that again(note: This is only if you have not done anything of importance on your computer that you dont want to lose, and/or can not put back on[programs and such]). when it happens and you cant get rid of it. go to your "Start" menu, then go to "Programs," then go to "Accessories," then "System Tools." Look for an application call "System Restore," it will put your computer back to the way it was one to a few days before(it will undo any thing that has been done Good and Bad).
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Edited by nick_sk8man, 26 October 2005 - 06:29 PM.

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There's no 'system restore' on my computer.. T_T
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I think I'm gonna reformat.. Gonna wait for a tech's 'yes' or 'no' :tazz:
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Hi Oniketsoku...

There IS a system restore (of a sort) in Win98SE.

Click Start then Run and type scanreg /restore (Note the space before the /) and press "Ok"...You will be presented with a screen containing five "snapshots" of your system you can restore to. Use the arrow keys and choose one (go down two to be safe) and press "Enter"...type Y at the prompt and press "Enter". Reboot.

Let us know if this helps your problem...I'll research the issue further.

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I thank the lord himself you replied and are reasearching my issue. Thhhaaaaankkkkk youuuuu
I'm gonna try the system restore now, see if it works.
Thanks again for the reply :3

Regards
Oni
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I ran scanreg /restore from DOS, it wouldnt let me from windows, unfortunately, i could only restore it back to 9/8/05 which was around time time i reformatted, and I had about nothing, and no longer had a signal from my router, which would be bad, seeing as i lost the software to install my router =/ so i just restored it back to 10/27, and i get a signal again.. but no internet
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I guess, while you reasearch, wannabe1, I'll search for my router software CD? ;x
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That would be a good idea, yes...

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If you are lucky, your ISP will have a configuration page for the router

When you have this, type it in the address bar and it will connect so you can set it up
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Yes, the configuration page is http://192.168.1.1/
I've contacted Linksys many times, got level two support, they couldn't do crap really.. lol
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Oniketsoku...

What model linksys router do you have?
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Router is WRT54G Wireless G PCI Card is WMP54G

Edited by Oniketsoku, 27 October 2005 - 02:47 PM.

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Have you found the software for your router or for the wireless card? Preferrably the wireless card...

Edited by wannabe1, 27 October 2005 - 02:53 PM.

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