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Topic # 66474 19-Aug-2010 20:28
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now for some reason it won't let me access the page for port forwarding
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opl5ppVnX1s

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  Reply # 370011 19-Aug-2010 21:15
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Not to sound nasty.. but wouldn't it have been a little more prudent to type "I have a linksys router thats not displaying the port forwarding screen, but rather a blank window. Has anyone seen this or any ideas how to remedy"

Cause now, I can't help but snigger and wonder if the root issues aren't possibly related to the extreme number of toolbars you have installed??!!?

First suggestions

Try another browser (that know your rights alert window is questionable for a start) - and the other alert indicates its crashing your tabs attempting to do something. Session restore shouldn't start without reason.
Check for firmware updates for router
Factory reset the router.



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  Reply # 370025 19-Aug-2010 21:41
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i have tried safari and still no avail....then i restored it to factory settings still blank page... :(

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 370391 20-Aug-2010 17:10
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I think this will help you - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_FGKfVtnEQ 



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  Reply # 371043 22-Aug-2010 15:18
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WOW YOU ARE SOO IMMATURE I REALLY NEED THIS SOLUTION BUT I GUESS NO ONE KNOWS

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  Reply # 371057 22-Aug-2010 16:18
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jsr: I think this will help you - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_FGKfVtnEQ 


Ahahaha... nicely done.

No but seriously.
Like oblivion said, definitely the first thing you should do is get rid of all of those toolbars.
If that doesn't work, try opening the router menu in another browser like Chrome, Safari, IE.... etc.
If that doesn't work, take note of your username and password in your router/modem, and then press the physical reset button on the router. Load the router page up again and manually enter your ISP username and password.

Also, give CCleaner a go. Might get rid of any unwanted browser 'residue' that may be causing the problem.

Hope that helps.

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  Reply # 371071 22-Aug-2010 16:41
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I agree removing all the crapware from the browser and computer (all those toolbars etc) will probably resolve it.

Alternatively try a different web browser eg: Internet Explorer, Safari or Chrome.

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  Reply # 371634 23-Aug-2010 16:41
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Have you tried accessing the admin ui/website for the router from a different pc?

Otherwise you may have luck with updating the firmware of the device as the other guy replied in your duplicate thread that was closed by the mods.
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=66&TopicId=36291



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  Reply # 371918 24-Aug-2010 02:25
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yes i have tried and still no luck??? is it the router itself?

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  Reply # 372040 24-Aug-2010 12:15
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Could be the router.
I'd like to try it from a different PC first though.

To reset those, you have to hold the little button in for about 10 seconds (all the lights will go off).



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  Reply # 372790 25-Aug-2010 17:59
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ima get a new one

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