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Pass key for a new laptop

I installed a new Dir-655 and it's working fine with my #1 laptop. later I bring a second laptop and then I got aware that i lost the pass key. I cant got it connected.

Thanks in advance RC

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  • Jazric Sep 09, 2008

    Thanks I will try and let you know.

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Go to this site and download SIW (third one down in left freware list) and install it on the pc that already connects, it's aprogramme that allows you to see everthing listed on your pc including passwords.

when installed on the left column is secrets, click on this and you will see your router passkey listed, enter this key on your other pc.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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