If you have a router as Linksys Netgaer D-Link etc. find a small hold on the back whit a small button and press it whit a pen and leave it press until the light go off and the router goes to the factory settings. Thanks Lets us know. Obed
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This is mainly for the less computer-savvy folks who know the bare basics (e.g. turning it on and pretty much it):
Intro: Most users of the younger generation use Wifi and thus have a "tower" that allows them to connect. Normally you'd get a box with your cable/internet company along with that yellow cord called Ethernet. Your primary computer would be connected to the box through that cord. Normally that's all you need to surf the web. You're using a direct connection and NOT Wifi. So you go out and buy another box (aka: the "tower" I mentioned). You connect that tower to your primary box (the one the cable guy gave you) using another cord (either black or grey). You do all the commands that little instruction sheet to make sure all the lights light up like they're supposed to and help you should the thing go all jacked up and not work. It's the second box that allows you to connect other devices (through Wifi) to the Internet. So back to the main points: the SSID and WEP.
SSID: That's the name of your box. You can find it on the little sticker with all them annoying barcodes. It'll even say SSID. If it's not on the box itself, then it's on the Instruction Manual you got from the cable guy. It's very important you know it because if you don't, well you're pretty much screwed unless your cable guy can figure it out. You can name the SSID whatever you want. I have somebody in my apt complex with the SSID of "Gummy Bear" (no joke--though it's not the strangest I've seen). You generally want to leave the SSID alone. Write it somewhere on a sticky note tacked to the wall or on your computer with the Sticky Note App or something. Somewhere you /know/ your not going to lose it or get destroyed accidentally.
WEP/WP-AK1 & 2: These are 2 TOTALLY different passcodes. Some devices won't recognize WP-AK but it'll recognize a WEP. So what does WEP stand for? Wireless Encryption Password. It keeps thieves from using up your data and getting your personal info. I forget what WP-AK stands for but it's pretty much the same thing with only minor differences. WEP is usually a string of 8 digit numbers (e.g 12345678) while WP-AK is usually a phrase of 12-16 characters (e.g. jumpstreet112). This is also very important to remember because it can be just as disastrous (if not more so) than losing your SSID. This is also one you must NEVER change. There's no hope for you if you change it then lose the information. So where can you find it? The same place where you found SSID. Most times, it'll even say which type of encryption and what password is.
color codes for paint are usually on a sticker somewhere in the vehicle. try looking in the trunk on the spare tire cover or somewhere in the trunk. Thats where I've always found it. There will be a series of letters and numbers. Write them down and visit any automotive store that also sells paint. They will have a book that will list paint codes for different makes and models of cars. Simply find your make, model and year of car and find the code that matches. Sorry I don't remember which set is for paint, but it's usually near the beginnig of the codes on the sticker.
look on the trunk arm piston side for a code-this should be your permanent code number. to reset this number press this factory code number fo;;owed immediatly followed by the 1/2 button (within 5 seconds)! - This will activate the code setting mode-- Enter your new 5 digit code and you are done( again you only have 5 seconds to do this or you have to start from the beginning) the doors should go through a cycling mode(lock /unlock) this tells you that it worked!! (dont forget your new code) good luck also remember that you have a chip in your key-so dont try getting one made at the store to put in the ignition-you will end up stranded somewhere(not fun) good luck!
the code if unchanged can usually be found on the back of the routher, if not try checking on your daughters computer. If she still has access then the key is stored in her machine. Try right clicking on the wi-fi connection you wish to use in the bottom right task tray then clicking properties then select show characters... this should be the wireless key your looking for.
YOU NEED A VERIFICATION CODE FOR WINDOWS VISTA BEFORE THEY LET YOU DO ANTHING OR TO PROTECT THE PERSON COMPUTER. ONCE YOU GET VERIFICATION CODE YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS, I REMEMBER IT IS SOMEWHERE IN THE BEGINNING OF WINDOWD FIRST STARTED UP AND IT WAS CALL **WELCOME CENTER**
Hit the TW/WP key on the top row of the keyboard. TW/WP stands for typewriter/wordprocessor. This toggles between using the word processor manually (like a typewriter) and using the monitor to enter text and then automatically print it out (like a word processor on a computer). My guess is, you do not have the monitor that came with the word processor. I believe it will still work once you press the TW/WP button. Hope this helps.
Try this first, Take a magnifying glass and when you turn the cd over look at the numbers on the inner ring just before the written area. Corel has a habit of putting the key code there with the bar code. An older version Corel WP Office 2000 starts with 154907001
I noticed this trait several years ago when buying motherboards with bundled software.