|As I said in my very first response, I've worked with many, many SOHO Routers and I've never installed their software.........not even one time. It's not needed. All you need is the setup guide to figure out what IP to connect to with your web browser so you can access the router's management interface. Connect a computer to a LAN port on the router with a network cable, open a web browser on the computer and then type the IP address of the router (as provided by the setup guide) into the URL field and hit "Enter". You'll get a login screen where you enter the login information as detailed in the setup guide and voila, you're looking at the router's management interface.|
I imagine the point of said software is to help you manage the router itself. I doubt it has anything to do with individual user's connecting to the router since it's not required. In the case of a wired connection, you plug your PC's network cable into the router's LAN port, set the NIC on your PC to "DHCP" and voila, you're on the internet (providing the router is setup correctly first right). In the case of wireless, you connect the the wireless network and again, you're on the internet.
What I'm confused about (still) is you say you have the PC conneced to the router with a network cable (you've said that twice now) and then in your first response to me you said, and I quote: "The PC connects to the internet using the wireless router, but only on 1 user profile, not on the other."
I have to ask you, are you trying to connect that same PC (that's connected with a network cable to the router) wirelessly as well? If yes, you need to stop that. It's one or the other, connect with a cable, or connect wirelessly. If you try to do both, neither is likely to work.
So, you need to clarify for me what is being connected wirelessly.
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