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Feb 19 / Greg

Pop Quiz Friday – Reset RB750 To Default

Give me three different methods to reset an RB750 or RB750G to default.

Nothing earth shattering, but a challenge none the less 🙂 Lets see in what way Jimmy can work in an insult…will it be a bald joke…perhaps a hairy joke…I’m tingling with anticipation…hehehehe 😉

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  1. N.R. / Feb 19 2010

    1. /system reset
    2. Button
    3. reset jumper on board inside the case
    4. Netinstall without Keep all config

    did I pass? 🙂

  2. Greg / Feb 19 2010

    N.R. :

    1. /system reset
    2. Button
    3. reset jumper on board inside the case
    4. Netinstall without Keep all config

    did I pass? :)

    You win for knowing that the 750s have a reset jumper inside…hehehe. I didn’t figure you guys included it since it has the reset button!

    I know of ONE more method right off the top of my head. Lets see if someone can beat Normis to it 😛

    BTW, I liked your cooking video…I was hoping you would do some double speed with the Benny Hill music…heh 😛

  3. Jimmy / Feb 19 2010

    Hum… never noticed that the default avatar picture in wordpress actually looks almost exactly like you Greg.

  4. Greg / Feb 19 2010

    That was a stretch, but I’ll allow it….hehe

  5. Bagus / Feb 19 2010

    Reset button with gently press, friend of mine got a bended button after resetting the Mtik many times 🙂

  6. ricky / Feb 21 2010

    setup – r – y 🙂

  7. Greg / Feb 22 2010

    ricky :

    setup – r – y :)

    Ricky,

    Indeed my good sir!

    From a terminal, “setup”, then one would choose “r” for reset config and last, “y” to confirm.

    I think we have the majority of them taken care of here. Thanks guys for your input and Jimmy thanks for your sparkling commentary 😛

  8. NetworkPro / Sep 20 2011

    RMA is the best option because sometimes no reset helps. Grrrr.

  9. Greg / Sep 20 2011

    Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do…

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