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If you've forgotten the password (or someone else set it and you don't know it), then you'll need to do a factory reset. Google the model # of your router and "factory reset" to get instructions. WARNING: a factory reset returns all settings to the way they were when the router shipped. If you've been using this router, you will find that you'll need to spend some time rebuilding the router's configuration, then reconnecting all the computers (and other devices) that use it.
If you bought the t.v. brand new it should say what the default password is in the users manual. Its usualy 1234 or 0000. If it is used and someone else changed the password, there is a way to reset it using the buttons on the t.v.
Try alt+F10 when windows boot. else try restart your computer start tapping F8 once you see the advance boot options..go to repair my computer..select the language..then enter your user name and password..in recovery options go to factory image recovery.
The quickiest way to reset your password is to run System Recovery (aside paying someone from a local computer store and use a software to reset it). Gateway
laptops have a built-in recovery mode on the system wherein you can
restore the computer to factory default without using a restore discs. (please note that this will erase everything). The hotkey for the
recovery is the ALT+F10 key. After you press the power button, you
need to hold ALT key and then simultaneously press the F10 key.. Once the recovery menu has loaded, click Restore to Factory Default Settings.
When you installed the router, you provided a password/passphrase for connecting to your wireless network.
Apparently you didn't write this down or someone else set up the router.
If you don't have access to the admin console on the router either, you'll have to do a factory reset of the router to allow you to set it all up all over again.
This time, make a note of your passwords.
#1: Shut down your computer. You must first shut your computer down toinitiate the factory restore.#2: Start up your computer and as the computer logo appears (such as Dell orHP) hit "Ctrl>F11" simultaneously. This may be different fordifferent machines, but the most common keys to hit are"Ctrl>F11." If this does not work, the F8 key has been said towork for certain machines. #3: Select "Repair My Computer" from the list of menu options thatappear and press "Enter." #4: Choose the language settings that you would like and then click enter. #5: Enter the administrator log in and password if it asks you for thisinformation. #6: Choose the factory reset option. This should reset your computer to thefactory settings when you bought your machine.