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You'll have to go into the modem/router software and change the password and SSID settings. Since you didn't say what model or brand you have, you'll have to google the set up.
Typically the connect to the device, open a browser window and type 192.168.1.1. in the address bar. (could be another number depending on what you have. like .1.2 or .2.1) It should bring you to a login screen where it needs a user ID and Password... possibly <none> and admin. Some units have ID and PSWD on a sticker on the bottom. Other units have a CD with the set up on it.
By not knowing what you have I can only give a partial answer. Contact your ISP (internet service provider) the guy you pay for internet, for help.
This happened to me last night. I took my streamer to a friends house, but when i came back it was recognizing my SSID but not accepting my password. I don't know exactly what happened but i tried unhiding my SSID and redoing my password, but it still wouldn't work. ultimately I renamed my SSID, Password, and PSK. Then on my streamer I found my router through WPS. I just added the router PIN and it connected and brought everything up. Re- entered my password and was good to go.
Launch a web browser from a computer or wireless device that is connected to your router's network. Type http://routerlogin.net into your web browser's address bar. The user name is adminand the default password is password.
Check or set your WiFi password/passphrase. Here then on any wireless device you want to connect.
if you have 2.4 AND 5.8 ghz you have to set the SSID & passphrase on both.
Use an Ethernet cable to connect the network-port on your desktop/laptop to one of the LAN ports on the router.
Start Internet Explorer.
Access the web-server "inside" the router.
Run the "Wireless Network Setup Wizard",
to configure a SSID, your level of encryption (use 'WPA') and a password/pass-phrase.
Then, on the printer, configure its wireless interface to connect to that SSID, using that password.
change the "security" type to WEP 64bit..... use 10digit number as password for security....
disable "wifi protected setup" in router....
the network(ssid) name should be a single word without any spaces and symbols....you can find SSID in "channel and ssid".......
you can login to router to do these settings....
hardwire any computer to one of wired ports in belkin router...
type 192.168.2.1 in Internet explorer or firefox....
login password: no password... leave it blank and click submit...
on the left side of router setup page you will find all the above key words....
do the settings accordingly...
The SSID is the name of your wireless router assuming you have one. That series of printer isn't designed for PC to Printer direct wireless but rather to have your PC print over the network connection through the router to the printer.
If you do have a wireless router and just don't know the SSID, go to your wireless computer/laptops networking screen in control panel and view the available wireless networks. The one you're connected to is yours. The name displayed in that window is the SSID you need to enter into the printer.
Note: you will also require the routers password if it is a secure router.
You were probably piggy-backing on someone else's router, and they changed names, passwords, etc. But if you have a cell phone and internet access with that cell phone, you can set such a cell phone up as a hot spot (sharing internet connection)! The cell phone will tell you the SSID #, as well as the password which you will have to enter into the HP printer to let it connect.