Erratic Router UI after power failure (SOLVED) We had a very short power failure where the power to our neighborhood went off for about a minute and then came back on. After this happened, the network seemed okay, but when I tried to go into the RT-N66U UI, some of the buttons were missing and some of the pages would not load. It didn't matter whether it was accessed from a wired or wireless connection. Every time the UI is accessed it seems to behave slightly differently. It doesn't matter whether I access the UI with IE, Chrome or Firefox. The router was plugged into a surge protector, for what that is worth. I did the usual "due diligence", rebooted the router, reset the router, restored the router to factory settings etc., but the UI is still behaving erratically. It is running the stock 260 build of the firmware, so I'm not sure if I would gain anything by changing that. Besides, since I have lost faith in the integrity of the UI, I'm am a little hesitant to change the firmware for fear that the router could lock up during the firmware update process and then I would have a total brick. The interesting thing is that the network is perfectly fine. The router is hardwired to two other wireless routers running as APs, there are two IP cameras, two wireless printers and the router has a USB stick. My gut feeling is to leave well enough alone. This router has been rock solid since purchased, roughly a month after the model hit the US market. On the other hand, I'm worried that the router could fail at any moment. Any thoughts on what is causing this and how to fix it? My thinking is to buy a new router, in case this one catastrophically fails, but if there is better solution, I would rather go that route.