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From any computer that connects properly open a command prompt window and type ipconfig /all and write down the default gateway address. Open up your browser and enter the ip address that you wrote down in the address bar. Enter the userid and password for your router and you should get the first screen for your router. look around for wireless setup, wireless security, wireless encryption or similar. When you find the right screen, you should be able to find the wep or wpa key code originally entered.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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