Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
We just got new router ( linksys- WRT54G2 V1) and we have 3 laptops in the house. two of the laptops connects fine but for the third one it asks for some kind of pin number and it says it is on the the router itself which is somewhere 5 digits. i have find everywhere on the router have no clue how to connect the laptop.
I have never heard of such. Sound like your computer is tring to get you to enter the WEP key or Passphase to access the router.
If you don't have a WEP key or Passphase setup on the router then you should just be able to click "ok" or "enter" (with the field blank) and bypass this screen.
Also check your network properties on the computer that is giving you trouble. Open your network connection, right click your wireless connection and click on "properties". Check the tabs and make sure you don't have WEP or secure network highlighted in one of the check boxes.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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