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The Cisco connect software came on the CD in the box with the router. If was used to configure the router when new. This can be used to fix the router now. I could guide you through a manual configuration but the software is a much faster easier method. I would recommend you try that route. Get the CD and run from there if you are worried about phishing.
Make sure that the wireless is turned on, on the laptop. Then go to network settings and veiw wireless networks, or if your running xp double click on the wireless signal on the bottom right corner. Click on your wireless sigal and hit connect and that should be it.
Right click on the drive you want to share. Ex: C:\Vol-xx = name. In the pop up window click Sharing & Security. This needs done to all the drives you want access too. To share a printer. Everyone must have the printer drivers installed. The Pc that has a direct connection to the printer must also Share the printer on the network. Open Printer & Faxes, highlight the printer you want to share. Click File than click Sharing follow windows instructions.
Small suggestion regards to the wireless side of the network. Suggest you setup security so others close too you can not tap into your network. (common).
Do you mean password? Your post is difficult to understand because of the lack of punctuations and capital letters. Remember, all we know is what you post, so try to be more legible. Try resetting your router to defaults.