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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a "remote" wire that turns it on-sounds like you hooked it up to your lights. It needs to be hooked-up to the ignition so your radio turns off and on with the engine. Your power wire can go to the battery if you absolutely can't figure out which 1 it is that old radio used, but the remote wire must be hooked up right to turn it off so you don't leave it on and run the battery down.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
Try the Following steps:-
1)first of all to go online on any laptop we need the wireless setting's . If you are not aware then create one by using any pc which has the internet access wired or wireless from the router and open the IE or browser window and in the address bar type http://192.168.1.1 or http://routerlogin.net/ ,
2)A small window will prompt up which will ask you to type the user name and password which will be
and then left click on log-in.
Once you will left click on log-in it will navigate you to the router's administrator page.
3)On the left hand side you will have the blue/purple column in their under the category you set-up you will see a sub-title wireless setting's, left click on that option and then do the setting's.This link will guide you how to do that:-
1)Click on the apple icon on the left hand side of the start screen and go to system preferences.
2)Under system preferences a category name internet and network select the title network from there.
3)Under Network you will have an option for airport to turn it ON so do that and then below you will see list of networks available , from that list select the network you created , enter the password if it's secure one and you will be good to go from ther on and will have an internet access.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
SOURCE: network key?
Network key is the password by which the wireless network is secure,,,,it is the password setup by you when u configured the router ,,,,,in case of wpa security this network is known as passphrase or shared key.In case of wep security it is key1.
If you still do not remember it then you need to login into the router setup page by the default gateway u r getting in command prompt after typing ipconfig .and you can login into router and can check the key
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
They usually mount that stuff on the frame rail- you have to lay down under the car and look along the rail - trace the fuel lines coming from the fuel tank, you'll find it. On my 93 Rodeo its right below the driver door mounted on the inside frame rail.
Hope it helps.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
SOURCE: Im hooking up netgear universal
No, it just has to be added into your network.
Try using 192.168.1.250
It would seem that they have set up a webpage that is meant to redirect you back to that IP address, their silly way of trying to look out for people who are too stupid to type in a set of numbers I guess.
Posted on Jan 18, 2011
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