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    In order to fix the whole issue of DHCP Reservation woes, Microsoft has also announced that it will be fixing the entire problem of Windows XP compatible routers. Actually, these are router problems which all the customers who want to use a new Netgear router should opt for. However, these may not be able to access Internet by default. Instead, they have to connect the router by using some special software. The idea behind this is to provide better coverage and speed of the Internet to the users. Unfortunately, there were many internet users who were not able to use the Netgear router due to the fact that the manufacturers did not provide the compatibility list for Windows XP based routers.

    But, Microsoft has now announced that they are going to fix the issue by providing all the information about this situation. Actually, it has been found that a certain virus may be present in some of the drivers of these routers. Therefore, it was concluded that all the customers should use the drivers from the anti-virus software to be able to remove this virus. This virus had been causing a lot of damage to the routers. And, in order to fix the problem, Microsoft released a soft-ware which was capable of resolving all the network compatibility issues. When a customer is running this soft-ware, all the other drivers of the router should be compatible with the Windows XP operating system. Thus, the DHCP Reservation problem would be resolved.

    The statement from Microsoft also stated that once the customers are running the CPAP systems, they should turn off the hardware function of the router so that the reservation and switching off of the operation of the software should be avoided. The only thing that the users need to do is to follow the instructions that were provided by Microsoft. Actually, many people had reported about the compatibility issue between the Windows XP and Windows routers. They should try to remove the virus from the routers in order to avoid problems in the future.

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