Setting up new router without a disc drive Tags: Wireless Networking Last response: May 26, 2012 10:39 PM in Wireless Networking Share caps4000 May 26, 2012 6:26:17 PM Hello, Glad I found this forum. You guys really know your stuff. Just purchased a Linksys wireless router without realizing that it comes with a start-up CD and of course my Dell netbook does not have a disc drive. I thought about bringing my laptop home from work and but then would I then always have to lug it home each night in order to use wireless in my apartment? I appreciate any assistance. More about : setting router disc drive RealBeast May 26, 2012 10:39:11 PM I have set up hundreds of networks and never used any CDs -- just open your router configuration pages and manually setup your network -- just connect by a CAT5e cable to do all the setup. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Creating Network wizard disc without a floppy drive Forum Can i set up and use an extra wireless router as a access point without connecti Forum First time setting up a slave drive , need simple instructions Forum Router set-up disc for WRT54-v8 Forum SATA hard drive not detected in Disc Manager Forum Computer powers on by itself. BIOS Setting ? (P8Z77-V Pro) Forum Setting up the router for a new machine Forum Full format and reinstall Win 7 without boot disc Forum Having trouble setting up new wireless router Forum Is possible to format hard drive without losing files? Forum HELP I Deleted my hard drive partition, windows disc wont boot up Forum How to set up new build with SSD, new hard drive and old hard drive Forum setting up a new network Forum Need help setting up small business! Forum Hard drive doesnt recognize Win 7 without old hard drive Forum Setting up 2 PC's to share drive Forum Question about setting up a new Hard Drive Forum NAS Set Up possible without ethernet connection? Forum Verizon Modem into Router Forum Weird Router Problems Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !