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Do you have a computer in the house that is wired directly to the router?

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Supposedly this one is wired directly to it.
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Is there PHYSICALLY a wire connected from your computer to the router?

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Yes.
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go back to the window where I had you type ipconfig but this time type ipconfig /all[b], note the space between ipconfig and /all. Tell me what is says next to [b]DESCRIPTION. This will be the name of the network device that you are currently using to connect to the Internet.

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EDIT:

Nevermind I got it.

Description: Intel <R> PRO/100 VE Network Connection

Edited by desolate_clash, 02 November 2005 - 09:29 PM.

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Then you are on a wired connection. Just follow the steps outlined in the link from my previous post and update the firmware for your router.

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It just sends me to a page that says "The page cannot be displayed" when I clicked to update the version.
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You followed the steps outlined in the link?

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The first step is to download the new version, and that is what it won't allow me to do.
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Try it again from here.

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Nope...still sends me to "The page cannot be displayed".



Sorry for any trouble I'm causing you.
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And your clicking on the DOWNLOAD NOW button for the 3.20 version of the firmware?

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Yeah.
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Well, then go here. Select your model number DI in the first pulldown box, and then 524 in the next one. Then click GO!. Then click the DI-524_revC link. Then click the Download Now button next for the 3.20 firmware.

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