Linksys Router Wireless-G 2.4 GHz Broad Band router..Wont let it connect to the internet.

Okay so i got a router for my PSP and it connects good on the psp well. Its just that when its fully connected, The internet connection on the PC that the router is connected to, wont connect. Anyway i can fix this?
Message Edited by TheLastShadow on 01-27-200702:00 PM

hi...ideally , the PSP getting connected to the internet should not affect the desktop to lose the internet connection..
what u can do is ... access the router using http://192.168.1.1 .. keep the username blank and password as "admin" .. if u changed the password during the installation , u need to type that password ...
once on the ui...go to status tab and check the firmware version...
now, go to www.linksys.com/download and select the router model and version no. and check the latest firmware on it.. if the router is not having the latest firmware , upgrade it first..then reset the router and reconfigure it ...

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