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Assuming you have a Windows computer, you can double click your wireless icon in the tray bar.
If you don't see that icon, go to start -> Control panel -> Network Connections. double-click your Wireless Network Connections, click on View Wireless Networks, and your Network should appear in the list (unless you have broadcasting your SSID turned off.)
If you try to connect to it, you will be asked for the network key.
This is where you put it in.
Just a tip: If you chose a really GOOD key (something like "V7u4mfo&iys...") and you have to enter it more often, copy that key from your router setup page and save it as a text file on a USB stick. Now you can just copy & paste without having to type and risk any mistakes!
If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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