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I re-enabled IPv6 on my adapter that I was using to configure it and I had no problems after that. 8&oe=UTF-8I have looked at this in the past, but haven't had time to resurrect one of mine that died yet. Anyway, that's what I was told when I had a malfunctioning Airport Express.

Can't remember the exact procedure but it was some combination of the normal paper clip procedure, only longer and/or doing it while powered. Maybe it was by holding the reset button in while you turn power on to the the Airport Express (as opposed to just holding the reset button in for ten seconds while power is already on).

Actually, that is one difference, I just check the Airport Express manual.

Anyway, somewhere in there I think the Express got confused and the light continuously blinks orange.

I can see it in the Airport Utility, but can not configure it - it shows an error -6753.

I discovered this when my brother called me angry his PS3 stopped connecting (couldn't get an IP) - setting manually fixed it.

This then happened to the upstairs computer (likely the lease ran out).

Anyway, that's what I was told when I had a malfunctioning Airport Express.

Can't remember the exact procedure but it was some combination of the normal paper clip procedure, only longer and/or doing it while powered.

Maybe also remove/add Air Port/Ethernet from System Preferences and add it again, just to be sure).-edit2- before I got my Airport Express replaced, it actually DID help letting it sit disconnected for an hour or so.

It wouldn't respond at all until I left it that long. Apparently, there are hard resets and then there's harder resets.

It likely wouldn't matter as the Airport Express only carries a 1 year warranty.