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If you are talking about changing a wireless password to access your wifi it's easy.
First if you are using windows you need to open your cmd by presing the Windows key + R, you'll see a promp to open a program, type: cmd, then press Ok.
You'll see a black window, there type ipconfig and look for the default gateway, look for the number, probably it will start with 192.168.***.*** write that number down and put the number on your browser up on the address bar.
When you put the default gateway number it has to ask you for a username and a password this depends on the brand of your router.
If this does not work just reset your router by pressing the reset button for 30 seconds and try again, if the brand of your router it's different look for the admin username and password on google.com
Then you will see the router's website and go to the wireless option, change de SSID wich is the Name of your Wifi and change the WPA or WEP password to a new one.
I hope this helps you!
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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