Question about HP Computers & Internet
You may try :
Click on Start >> Run>> CMD >> type in IPCONFIG
Check the default gateway and put it into the address bar of Internet explorer.
Give the user id password >> Goto Wireless settings and check the WEP key
Paste the link on the address bar of the Internet explorer or CLick on the link:
Click on HPHNDU_10...
Click on Save and save it to your desktop and run the software .
It will Show your Network Name and The WEP/WPA key .
Otherwise call the router company
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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