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Linksys Network Adapter Not working

I have windows xp sp2 I installed the driver version 4 and it ask for a wep#
where do I get that number

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  • Dutyacx May 11, 2010

    WEP is only being used with wireless connections.
    Do you work wireless or with a cable ?
    What is the Linksys model ?

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I just reset the router.. linksys wanted 29.95 to help me!! What a rip off
They make good products but come on 29.95 Not!!

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