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First, if you don't have it handy, download the router's User Manual from the manufacturer's website. Enter the router's IP address in your web browser's address bar (connect to the router with an Ethernet cable). This is usually in the form http://192.168.1.1. You should see the router's password request dialog. Enter the router password (this is not necessarily the same as the wireless password). Navigate to the wireless configuration page and change the password there. Save and log out. If you have problems getting in, refer to the manual. There is a procedure for resetting the router to factory default if you have forgotten its password, but you'll have to set up everything again.
The hard part is changing the password on the client computers. Windows XP systems in particular have a rather inconvenient process for doing so, and it varies depending on whether the Microsoft version of network card control is used, or something else.
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
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