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Comfast WiFi Extender Keeps Asking for Password. Let’s Fix It!

Whether you want to change the admin password of the extender or are aiming to perform a Comfast firmware update, you need to log in to your device. But, at times, users are unable to log in to their range extenders as the login window keeps appearing. Do your Comfast WiFi extender keeps asking for password every now and then? If yes, then we’ve got you covered. Here, we have jotted down several hacks following which you will be able to log in to your range extender without any problem.

[Causes] Comfast WiFi Extender Keeps Asking for Password

Prior to starting the troubleshooting procedure, you should get acquainted with the root cause of the issue. It is because the elimination of the issue will become much easier when the cause behind it is known. Below, we’ve sorted some of the most common reasons due to which your range extender is prompting you to enter the password again and again.

  1. Patchy Internet Connection

To carry out any operation related to the Comfast extender, you must be accessing a high-speed internet connection. But, it seems that you are using a patchy one now. Using a patchy internet connection not only stops you from making your way to the dashboard of the extender but also puts a full stop on other online activities.

  1. Outdated Browser

You cannot ignore the version of the web browser used to log in to the Comfast range extender. It must be remembered that outdated web browsers cause a lot of chaos when it comes to accessing the admin portal of networking devices.

  1. Presence of Viruses

You might keep struggling with the Comfast WiFi extender keeps asking for password problem if the device [mobile or PC] used during the login process consists of an infected file. There’s no need to mention the amount of havoc that a virus present on your device can wreak!

Apart from this, technical glitches can also force your range extender to prompt you for entering the password repeatedly. Therefore, you must get rid of them. For this, all you have to do is give a fresh start to the range extender. Simply pull it out of the wall socket [if its form factor is plug and play], wait for some time, and connect it back to the respective power socket. Moreover, ensure that you’ve not connected the extender to a damaged power socket. Otherwise, power fluctuations might occur. In case you’re still being forced to input the extender’s password, here’s what you need to do.

[Fixed] Comfast WiFi Extender Keeps Asking for Password

  1. Talk to Your ISP

As mentioned earlier that the issue we’re currently discussing might be an outcome of a patchy internet connection, you are supposed to patch it up. For this, directly contact your ISP and see if you’re getting enough bandwidth for what you are paying. If not, then ask him to make things perfect. In case there’s nothing wrong from his side, then it can be due to faulty cable connections. Thus, renew the cable connections.

  1. Update the Browser

If the previous hack doesn’t bear any positive outcome, then consider making your way to the settings section of the browser you are using. Install the latest stable version available and let the browser reload. Apart from this, ensure that the browser is not running a cached version of the Comfast WiFi extender login portal. For this, clean up the cache and cookies of the browser.

  1. Run a Virus Scan

With the help of an antivirus application, run a virus scan on your device and check if there is an infected file present in it. In case you detect any virus, delete it as soon as possible. Thereafter, see if you are able to reach the Comfast WiFi extender setup wizard after logging in to it.

The Bottom Line

That’s all you can do if your Comfast WiFi extender keeps asking for password. Here’s to hope that the tips we’ve shared above will help you log in to the device and make the desired tweaks.

However, while logging in to the Comfast extender, you need to make sure that the password entered by you is correct as it is case-sensitive. Consider turning off the Caps Lock key on the keyboard to avoid unnecessary capitalization of letters.

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