We cannot remember the password so we can connect a new laptop. Is there somewhere on the desktop we can find the password?
My laptop will not connect to the router. We have another router that always connects. Neither of us can remember the correct password. Is there somewhere on the desktop I can look to find the password?
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Wire in a cable with the router from ur laptop/desktop. Check the default gateway of the connection. Then put the ip address in the explorer window and try to log in to the router with the username and password. If you remember the credentials then login and under security settings or wireless security you will see the password. But if u forget the credentials then u have to reset the router and reconfigure the wifi router again with a new password.
you have two option : 1).go in safe mode and save all your files,and create a new account then you can enter in your laptop 2).reinstal the O.S. then when you set a password write down somewhere or put it in one mail and remember to make a back up then you can restore your system.
you reset the router with the reset button and then create a new password that hopefully you will store in a text document on your computer somewhere along with all the other passwords you need to remember occasionally.
Use your desktop to connect to the router by typing 192.168.0.1 into the internet explorer address bar. Enter user name and password for your router....if you dont know type you router and modeel name into google it will be there somewhere. Now click on wireless and disable security and see if laptop connects now. Back under security create a new password and connect with this now on laptop
first thing you need to know is the default ip/password is 192.168.1.1 with the password being "admin" that will get you into the router im assuming your going wired to the desktop and wireless for the laptop, so first you'll need to hook the router up to the desktop using a cat5 wire from your network card to one of the numbered ports on the back of the router, ok now that you have a connection to the router open up a web browser and in the address bar type in 192.168.1.1, no user name and a password = admin, once your in there click under the wireless settings and enable the wireless network, change the ssid to something you like and can remember, then under the wireless security tab enable the wpa2 security encryption personal works fine then enter a nice password that you can remeber but isnt too easy to guesse, once you have that set up use the laptop to see if you can now see your new network and once you can try and connect to it using the password you just made up, now then if your going wireless all the way your still going to have to wire your desktop to the router for these initial steps once the changes are made then if you have a wireless card for your desktop then you can disconnect the wire and use your wireless card to find the new network and connect to it :) hope this is helpfull
new computers recommend an administrator password so you can set it up. The password would be one that you want to put in. So just use one that you will remember and it will then ask you to confirm the password that you entered. Remember to write your chosen password down somewhere in case you forget it at a later date. For example if oyu ever have to restore your computer to factory default settings it will ask you for the password that you created here. So enter anything as long as you remember what it is. Lots of people just put the word admin for their password because it is easy to remember. But it is up to you.
How bout setting ur mom's laptop to remove all wireless connection history and then try to make new connection to the router at her home. It also recommended to see from the router
administrative tool is your mom's laptop detected? no kind of blocklist applied in the router? Hope it helps :)