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Windows 7: problem with netgear router

13 May 2010   #1

windows seven , windows xp pro and ubuntu
problem with netgear router

hello i currently have a netgear rangemax wireless g router (wpn824 version 2)
and it repeatedly resets several times a day might take like an hour before it will let me on the internet then its just a matter of time till it starts resetting again and again and i was wondering i tried doing a master reset to no avail i was wondering if it is possible to competely reflash it maybe that will fix it
if anyone knows how please tell me
i really dont have the cash to go out and buy a new router plus i kinda liked this one anyideas?

thankx in advance

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14 May 2010   #2

W7 Ult. x64 | OS X

Yes it is possible to completely reflash the router. You'll need to download the latest firmware from Netgear. I would normally recommend advanced users use DD-WRT firmware because it can unlock advanced settings in your router, but DD-WRT does not suppor the WPN824v2.

Here's the latest version of Netgear's firmware for the Netgear WPN824 v2

warning   Warning
If you use a wireless connection, you could brick the router.
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