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Resetting password in Hotmail is a little tricky.
Here are the steps that you can do:
Go to the Windows Live Hotmail Reset password page
Type the Email address that you want to reset
Carefully type the captcha characters on the box
Click next or continue
Answer the account information and answer the secret question.
(IT would be advisable to change your password periodically to avoid issues with the password.)
If Hotmail still log you into your account automatically and you want to change your (forgotten) password, click Send yourself a password reset e-mail message. and click Send Message.
If you have provided an alternate email (try creating a temporary alternate email address to retrieve the email to reset your password) for your Windows Live Hotmail account, you can also send the password reset email to that address. Choose Send yourself a password reset e-mail message. and click Send
IT will ask some information about your location (in case your out of the country) and update the secret question and secret answer. and continue.
now you should be able to enter a new password, confirm the new password and continue then done.
Some of the options vary in location. Hope this tips will help you log in again. Cheers!!
You don't actually need the CD to reconfigure your router or change the password or anything related to your router. So long as the router is connected to your computer via ethernet cable you can access the browser configuration page of your router.
1. connect your router to your computer via ethernet cable
2. If you are using Windows XP - click start - click run - type cmd - in the black screen type ipconfig and press enter - look for the default gateway (example 192.168.1.1) - Open Internet explorer - type in the address bar: http://the default gateway (example http://192.168.1.1) then press enter and it'll ask you for the password - usually the username is blank and the password is admin or the username is admin and the password is pass or password
If you are using Windows Vista / Windows 7 - Click the pearl button - Click on start search at the bottom of the pop-up window - type cmd (don't press enter yet) - right click the black icon on the top of the window after typing cmd - click on the run as administrator - click on continue if there's a prompt - in the black screen type ipconfig and press enter
- look for the default gateway (example 192.168.1.1)
- Open Internet explorer
- type in the address bar: http://the default gateway (example
http://192.168.1.1) then press enter and it'll ask you for the password
- usually the username is blank and the password is admin or the username is admin and the password is pass or password
After successful accessing the configuration page you can now configure your router freely.
Yes there is a problem with the 2wire's wireless with 64bit vista.
I had a problem with my MAC and my Windows VISTA 64 BIT Laptop not being able to keep a stable connection with the default wireless username and password. To get into the 2wire: Open a Internet window Address Bar 192.168.1.254 Home network "At the top of the page" then click on wireless settings "Also at the top of the page" Then you are in the wireless config to change the information. What i had to do is change the wireless authentication to WPA-PSK and change the wireless password (Use a 10 digit Number as the pass-code, a phone # would be a good suggestion) , what you also need to do is change the name of the network along with the channel of the wireless, it helps if you take it all the way up to 11. Then you should be smooth sailing all the way. :-)
Use this step:Router>enable
Router#config tRouter(config)#line vty 0 4
Router-2(config-line)#login% Login disabled on line 66, until 'password' is set
% Login disabled on line 67, until 'password' is set
% Login disabled on line 68, until 'password' is set
% Login disabled on line 69, until 'password' is set
% Login disabled on line 70, until 'password' is set
I assume that you have at least a PC or laptop with MS Windows XP SP2 or Vista running.
Use the create a network key for the security of your network. You must name the network and then create a password for it. Also use WEP if your OS has it. Goto 'Network/ Internet' from the Control Panel ........