Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)

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D-Link 1310 I am trying to help my sister set up here new laptop, w/ Vista Home Premium. She is trying to use D-Link 1310. She set the network up, however, when she tries to connect to the network, she is now prompted for here Network password. I had her set up a WEP. Any idea?

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If unsure of your network key try to reconfigure your wireless network again.

Access the configuration page of your router. type on the address bar 192.168.0.1
On login type Admin leave password blank. if you set up a >password or the login page use that one.
>Once inside the Dlink Page
>Go to setup and on the left side click wireless setting.
>If given the option to click on manaul wireless connection setup click on it.
>Once you have the wireles window
>try to change the network name and scroll down
>Under security choose WPA security (enhanced)
>Scroll down and under the Passphrase type in your new network passwork or security key and confirmed it.
>Click on Save Settings
>If it asked your to reboot then reboot if not its ok

>Using your laptop click start and go to "connect to" and click on your wireless network and connect to it and along the way it will prompt you to enter your network key or password. This would be the same as your passphrase or pre-share key type in your network key.
> Once connected to your wireless network, Open an Internet browser to connect to the Internet.

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