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Having problems with the security key/passphrase

Having problems with the security key/pass phrase so I am unable to network 2nd computer for this reason. The adpter see modem but not able to connect to internet.

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  • eastside116 Mar 23, 2009

    i installed my belkin router and when i try to log on line wireless i get a invalid ? i need a security key or pass phrase when installing the cd i was never giving the option to enter password or pass phrase?

  • Anonymous May 16, 2009

    I need the security key or passphrase. were can I find this?



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U will be able to find the secutiry key at the back of ur modem or at the router page. let me know the router name if unable to find the wireless key still

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