Question about Computers & Internet
The router should have a reset button on it somewhere. Usually its a pinhole which requires a toothpick or paperclip or something equivalent. If the device does not have this, either post the brand/model here or contact the manufacturer. Some manufacturers have a universal code you can use to bypass the security and reset your password.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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