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Okay, WEP key is a type of network encryption. The owner or administrator of the router should always know that so that they would not get any problem in connecting a wireless device.
If you are the owner of the router and you forgot the WEP key of your router, there's nothing that we could do BUT to RESET the ROUTER.
Then setup the router again. I would suggest for you to contact the tech support or the manufacturer of the router.
Once you have your network setup wired and wirelessly, keep the WEP key that you would setup.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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