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    DG834GT flush question

    This is a discussion on DG834GT flush question within the Asking for help forums, part of the Broadband Technical Help category; Hi, Is there is any possibility to flush sky Netgear DG834GT if I'm no longer with sky broadband? Currently my ...

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      DG834GT flush question

      Hi,
      Is there is any possibility to flush sky Netgear DG834GT if I'm no longer with sky broadband?
      Currently my internet with talktalk and using cable moded.

      Thanks


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      Re: DG834GT flush question

      If you mean by flush that you want to install the standard Netgear firmware then you can download it from their site and then use the router as any other with any ISP.
      Last edited by Saturday; 20-08-08 at 12:53 PM. Reason: Removed full quote of preceding post

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      Re: DG834GT flush question

      I can't find the device. I have reset the router many times but still can't find. When i choose the network adapter it says to run FmDrv.exe. But i ran it shows only 3 lines and ask to press any key to exit.

      I am no longer with sky and currently with talktalk using usb modem..

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      Last edited by mosa; 19-08-08 at 02:39 PM.

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      Re: DG834GT flush question

      You could try doing it on an XP machine if possible.
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      Re: DG834GT flush question

      If you read through the original flashing thread, here-
      http://www.skyuser.co.uk/forum/extra...-password.html
      You will see that many ran into this problem. There are numerous ways around it which you will find be reading the thread.

      TomD


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