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You're going to want to navigate to the router's configuration page. The easiest way to find this, if you are running Windows, is to click the Start button, click "Run", and type in "cmd".
You'll see a black window. Once in there, type in "ipconfig". Look at the bottom line, it should read "Default Gateway". Write this down, and then open up your Internet Browser.
Type in the number sequence - it should take you to your router's configuration page, and from there you should be able to set up a WEP key for your network. It should be under "security" or a similar heading.
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