Question about Computers & Internet
You may have security protocals installed preventing unwanted outsiders from using your network. Connect the laptop via an ethernet cable to your router and log in. You should be able to find the key you need. Enter this into your computer's wireless connection settings (you can get there by right clicking on the wireless connection and choosing properties).
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