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13 hex pairs

I created my 13 hex pairs and i want ti input them into a laptop to create a shared connection [wireless] i created them using a passphrase.when i inout them i get an invalid code message.i tried lower case as well. is there a correct procedure or am i missing somthing
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Ok from your message i can understand that you have created 128bit WEP password..... i recommend you to use 64bitWEP password.... and in key1 i want you to enter only numbers manually instead of using HEX pairs....
in 128bitwep it will ask for 26 characters....you can also give a try by entering only numbers for it... still if you cant then go for 64bitwep and enter 10 characters(use only numbers).... this will resolve the issue....

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