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Try using it without actually entering a password. Othewise, connect a computer to the router with an ethernet cable. Go to Start> Run> type cmd a black window should open up. Type ipconfig at the cursor. This will bring up a series of numbers. Try connecting to your router By typing the ip address that is in the "default Gateway" spot, in your browser address bar. If it has a login page, use "admin" as the user without a password and change the settings in there. You should be able to disable the password there.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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