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How do i find my network key code?

I have moved my network to another computer and now its not connecting to the new shared computer...its also asking for a key code that i no longer have

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  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    i just tried typing in the above address and the internet says it cannot display the page

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    Dshack May 11, 2010

    Please tell us what network you are running, what operating systems are involved, and a description of the context for the request for a key code.

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    samsung ace gt-s8530 need network lock key

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If you're pertaining about the wireless key code, all youneed to do is access the router's setup page by typing http://192.168.2.1 at the address bar of your browser. by default, admin is the username and password. now go to the wireless part of thr router and look for the wireless security key code.

hope this'll help you

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1) You need to configure your Mac (the one connected to your modem) to share its Internet connectivity with other wireless devices. To do this, select System Preferences from the Apple menu, and then click on Sharing.

2) In the Sharing window, click on the Internet tab to bring up Internet Sharing. Select Built-in Ethernet from the Share your connection menu. Then, select Airport in the To computers using list

3) Click on the Airport Option button to configure some wireless security options. You Only want to be sharing your wireless connection with Your Other computer. Enter a Network Name, select channel as Automatic, and enable encryption and enter a WEP password, which will be required to join your new wireless network. now click on Ok

4) Now your mac is acting a wireless router just connect to your network from other computers and enter the WEP key when it ask for it.
You found this to be an excellent solution when you don’t have a wireless router, but would like occasional wireless access in your home or small office.
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I have a new Belkin router, I connected my desk top wirelessly to the internet and set a WPA2 security key to it to make it a secured network. I tried to connect to the internet on my laptop expecting it...


Hi,

Welcome to FixYa! You will need to reconfigure as well the settings on your computer since it was configured on the old network key. Your computer will read the old configuration that you set before you purchased that new router. Basically, you will need to removed that old configuration so that computer will automatically recognized the new settings. Please follow these steps.

1. Click on Start.


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2. Click on the Control Panel on the right side.

3. Under the Control Panel, click on Network and Sharing Center.


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4. Click on Manage newtwork connection.


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5. Click on Manage wireless connection.

6. Once you see the wireless connection that is saved on the computer, remove or delete everything.

7. Try to connect wirelessly again, it will automatically asked you to input the WPA key that you recently configured.

Hope this information will help. Thank you for using FixYa!

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Bought a new computer. would like to download from old to new.


Three choices

Networking:
  • Get a 4-port wireless router (wireless for future upgrades like wireless printers, laptops or WirelessNetworkAccessStorage). Belkin has lifetime warranty and great customer support. Linksys is Cisco's generic line. They're good too because of who makes them, but sometimes* a headache to set up.
  • Set up your router via the instruction that come with it. Take care when naming the connection or SSD as this cannot contain any offensive language, due to FCC regulations.
  • Disable the wireless aspect or set a wireless password.
  • Set the entire drive(s) on your old PC for sharing by right clicking on the drive in Windows Explorer, selecting Sharing & Security and checking the appropriate boxes after being warned that you are about to share the drive.. or just share each individual folder you wish to move.
  • Create a new folder somewhere on your new computer, but never in Windows or Program Files. Desktop is fine but don't clutter it with a bunch of icons, in ... or put new folder in My Documents.
  • Hook up both computers by plugging each into a port on the router.
  • Start the Network Setup Wizard from Control Panel. Your network type will be "Other" and click Next, put a tick by "... computers connect through a hub..." and click Next. Put a tick in the appropriate boxes, clicking next, repeat until you get to the computer name, etc. Name your new computer, give a description (like One of Two, One of Five, Two of Three) of your computer. Create a Network name on the next page, it'll probably already say HOME, MSHOME or WORKPLACE. You can name it whatever you want. Now you will have a different box that asks if you wish to enable printer and file sharing. Say yes, Okay out of the warning after you read it and then click Next after reviewing the info. Create a Network Disc or just do the same on the new computer.
  • Reboot both machines
  • Go to My Network Places on the new computer
  • You should see the shared drive, click on it and move your files to your new computer.
All the old components in your old system are most likely still sought by others. Whether it be memory, processors, Power Supply, CD-Roms or the MotherBoard and a lot of teh parts can be switched over to your new computer... including the old hard drive. Do not give anyone the License Key off the back of your old computer. That can be used on another computer you own, but only one, under the changed hardware clause of the contract. If purchased new and someone privateers that key from you, you can still contact microsoft as owner and reactivate your new PC with the key, by telling them you have changed hardware. That will put an end to the use of the computer with the stolen key unless Windows Updates was compromised.

Expanding:
Your new system should have bays for more drives. By adding the old drive as a slave drive on the second HDD Controller you can give yourself more storage space.

External Hard Drive Enclosure: (These can be purchased separately, with no hard drive installed)
Open the enclosure, plug your drive into it & close the enclosure
Power on your new system
Plug the new drive into the power receptacle/surge protector
Plug it into your USB connection (or however it connects to your PC)
Windows should discover the drive immediately and ask what you wish to do. Open the drive with Windows Explorer and copy the files you want to your new drive

Do not try and copy WINDOWS folder to your new system or any programs unless programs are stand alone. If the programs require installation, use the disk. Anything else could cause instability on your new system if moved to the wrong place.

HTH

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Need a securty code


Regarding your concern, please note that in order to get the network key/password on the NETGEAR router (MODEL_NUMBER), we need to login to the router's web interface using any computer which is physically connected to the router.

Please follow the steps on a computer connected to the router using an Ethernet cable in order to find the network/security key:

1. Open the browser (like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari).
2. Access the router, usually by typing 'http://192.168.1.1', 'http://www.routerlogin.net' or 'http://www.routerlogin.com' in the address bar.
3. When prompted for Username and Password please enter Username as 'admin' and Password as 'password' (please note that both Username and Password are case sensitive).
4. Click on Wireless Settings' under Setup from the left menu.
5. Check if 'WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)' or 'WPA-PSK (Wi-Fi Protected Access Pre-Shared Key)' is selected under 'Security Options'.
6. If WPA-PSK is selected, copy the code entered in the pass phrase.
7. If WEP is selected, copy the code entered in the key that has been checked.

This is the code required for connecting the wireless computer to the NETGEAR router's wireless network.

In some cases, for security reasons the pass phrase might show as asterisks. In this case type a new password and click apply. You will then have to use the same password for all the wireless devices connecting to the network.

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First connect your router to computer with ethernet cable.
Then access it with following link.
http://192.168.1.1
or
http://192.168.0.1
type user as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank or "password"
then you can see configuration page of router settings.
Go to wi fi or wireless menu then find WEP or WAP security code key it is your password to connect wi fi network.If it is in * or # format then add new code so you can connect it with new code.
then save settings and restart router.
Let me know if you need more assistance.
Thanks.

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You must reconfigure the wireless settings on the wireless computer. Go to Network and Sharing Center > Manage Wireless Networks. Now you must delete all the prefered wireless network profile there. If they are all deleted, click on ADD > Click Add A Network in range of this computer > Select the signal from your router and connect. If it asks you for a network key, you should know that, otherwise, contact your router provider to determine what your network key is. That should solve it.

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Hello...if you have logged into your router, you can find your network key by going to Wireless > Security on the menu.
If using WPA encryption, your network key is on this page: it will be labelled Pre-Shared Key or PSK according to the manual I have. Hope this helps.

(For info: the network key may also be known as the passphrase, WPA shared key, WEP key, WPA-PSK, authentication key, or security key).

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