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Wireless routers have a pre-set wifi password from the factory and also have a recessed small reset button on the routers. You should look up your specific wireless router online to find out what the factory password is and also how to reset it to that factory password.
After doing so be certain to go back and change the password to something you can remember. Write the password down in a secure location, etc..
On your computer (the one connected to the router) open in browser http://192.168.1.1 and log into router's configuration page ... there on the "wireless" section you will find "Wireless security" ... there you can set up the password.
If you don't have access to the configuration page or you have problems setting up the password, you can always reset the router to it's factory settings. To do so you have to find a slightly hidden reset button on your router and push it (with a needle or something).
For more details read the manual at:
have fun ;)
Forget everything and just first check which email address you used to register the account.
If you know that, its enough.
Go to http://twitter.com/account/resend_password and enter the email address. You will get the new password which you can change later after first logging in with the temporary password that you got in your email.
Let me know if it worked.