How to fix “current password is invalid” error of Belkin Router?

We are in the era where the internet is the most important thing for every sector either it is residential or commercial. Many kinds of daily works depend in this mainly office related work because they have to research, send files, get information from different sources and for this, the internet is most essential. Every desires fast speed of internet that’s why routers are used to accomplish this need.


Here, Belkin router is widely used over the UK and globally as well. It’s super light technology makes it reliable for people because of easy to understand settings. Users of Belkin, explain that they face an error from this which is current password is invalid. It is as similar as getting intrusions in your daily works that you. In this case, contacting the technical experts at Belkin Router Phone Number UK to get an instant solution to the issue is the correct way to get the solution. As well as follow the below steps.

  • First, you need to update its firmware. If you have done this then follow the next step.
  • Login to management page of the router and for this, you have to go to Utilities in the Settings menu.
  • You will see two options Firmware Update and System Setting where you have to work with System Setting.
  • Now on the screen, you will see the field of current password, new password and confirm the password. Enter the area and then do this procedure.

These are the steps that you must follow to get rid of this error and focus on your work properly.  In case, still problem occurs, and then you should talk to the technicians of Belkin Router Support Number UK.  They will help you resolve any kind of technical issue that you confront while using the router and that too in a short while via phone or remote support.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s