Check the instruction manual, it sounds like you have either WEP or WPA setup here. The data transferred wirelessly will be encrypted, so it is useless without the key to decrypt it. Depending on which method is setup, will depend on how many characters you need. If it was setup by default from the box, the manual should have the default passkey in it. I would suggest you change it straight away, as anyone else with the manual could try the key to crack your link.
The Wireless have a Protection, if you see that message in Setup in your Router, write a phrase and pickup with you, all notebooks and pcs need this hexa key to enter in your Network,
*This key is enter in pc once, after is automatic. If you see this message on conect in your router, the Network have a password, please specify a Model for the instructions to removal and change.
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SIIG has a DOS driver on their site http://www.siig.com/download (CB10xsu.exe, this is for my hardware version 3.0) that allows you to change settings like hardware address and mode. another utility,CB10xpc.exe, allows you to look at IRQ settings, but manual doesn't specifically say whether you can change it. It does however say that settings are automatically configured, and one could hope so, but looking at the way their support is laid out, there doesn't seem to be a lot of hope. You might find it easier to set your onboard LPT port settings and let this card default to what it wants to ... hope this helps
How to Fix a Code 10 Error A Code 10 error usually occurs due to:
Missing device driver
Malfunctioning device driver
Incomplete device driver files
If the device due to which the error has occurred contains the valueFailReasonString in its hardware key, then this string is displayed as an error message. Otherwise, the device displays the following error message: This device is either not present, not working properly, or does not have all the drivers installed. (Code 10) Most of the time, you can resolve this error by updating the device driver for the faulty device. To update the driver, select the Systemoption from the Control Panel. In the System Properties dialog box, select the Hardware tab, and then select the Device Managerbutton. Scroll through the Device Manager window and identify the faulty hardware device. Right-click on this device and then select theUpdate Driver command. Next, follow the screen instructions to update the driver of the selected device. Causes of System Errors System Errors Usually Occur due to:
Device driver conflicts
Corrupt or damaged software files
Corrupt or damaged system registry
Virus or spyware infection
Steps to Prevent System Errors With a little vigilance and extra precaution you can easily prevent most system errors. Some of the tasks that you can perform to prevent system errors are listed below:
Keep your operating system, device drivers, and software applications updated with the latest hot fixes, security releases, and updates.
Run regular antivirus and anti spyware scans to keep your PC free from harmful and disastrous malware. Always keep these software updated with the latest security releases so that your system is always protected against malware infections.
Avoid opening attachments of unsolicited emails and visiting dubious websites.
Do not download freeware and shareware from websites whose authenticity you aren’t sure of.
Be very careful while downloading ActiveX controls from various websites. ActiveX controls provide their master with complete control over your system and therefore, a malicious ActiveX control can cause severe damage to your system and may also enable a hacker to steal your personal information.
Last but not least, perform regular registry maintenance to ensure that your registry is free from errors. 90% of all system errors are connected to the system registry in one way or another. You can easily perform registry maintenance with the help of a registry cleaner such as Ccleaner/Regine. These softwares will provide you with a simple-to-use graphical interface and enable you to scan and clean registry errors in just a few mouse clicks.
It is a very good idea if you run a registry cleaner using Ccleaner/Tuneup/Regine etc...
Yes; the pass phrase is only about 9 digits long. Go back to the router and setup the WEP security again. You are possibly trying the long version that sometimes is displayed, but that is not the one. Enter a pass phrase (this is used to generate the code), then hit the 'Generate' key, and the code will be listed.