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I assume that you can still access your account with an old password that you need to change. If this is not the case then the procedure is different.
Login to your account and click on the "cogwheel" in the upper right of the gmail box and select settings. When this comes up there is a tab at the top labelled "Accounts & Imports", click on this and the first option is to change your password. Click on this and follow the instructions.
If you have not remembered your password to get in you should go to the sign in page and click on "Need help?" and follow the instructions through. To do this you need to have given Google an alternative email address or some other way of contact to recover your username and/or password when you set the account up.
From what IP address are you attempting to connect?
Please navigate to: http://www.symatech.net/192.168.1.1 and follow the directions listed under the section titled: Cannot Connect to 192.168.1.1?
Are you remembering to login using the default username (admin) and password (admin)?
On older Linksys models the username is blank and the password is admin.
Remember this address and/or write it down, this address is the common address for your lynksys.
When a popup comes, asking for username/password. Username: Admin or if it dont work try Superuser password: password
Then look for
Wireless Setting > WPA-PSK(Wi-Fi Protected Access Pre-Shared Key) > Then on the bottom should say security passphrase/password (Type in something you will remember or only you will know) >Save settings/Apply and exit.
Now since you've changed your wifi, you need to manually delete and search for your wifi agian since the settings are changed.
If your using Vista: (64bit)
> Network > Network and Sharing Center > Manage Wireless
Network > Highlight your Wireless connection ( Select Remove) >
Add > Then go through the process of finding your wireless
connection and you magically got back your protected wireless.
hi u can re install ur operating system using windows xp cd... format only the C drive alone.. so that ur datas contained in other drive does not get deleted... when u re start the system for next time it wont ask for a ID and PASSWORD...
Well, no one can know your MSN password except the 2 guys. One is from Microsoft, while the other is from your computer. The fact is if you really can't remember any hints and don't want to bother the Microsoft guys, then probably you should take a try of this MSN Messenger Password Recovery tool. It should take your stress out. Just install on your computer (the one you used to login in your MSN account) and it will find it back. Regards.
If you can remember the administrator account password, then you can login with it in safe mode (F8 at system startup). Then, go to "My Computer, Documents and Settings" and look at the profiles. One of those profiles will be your username.
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sudo dscl . change /Groups/username RecordName username_username
Replace the italicized "username" with your account username (which is also the name of the user's Home folder, in the Users folder). Remember to include the
underscore "_" before your user name in the second command.
If you have more than one account on the computer affected by this
issue, you should run these two commands again for each account,
substituting with the appropriate user name each time.