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Hey Here is the Answer which wil fix you to setup a password

go thorugh this link which help you to set up password

http://www.columbia.edu/acis/networks/aptnet/netgear/index.html

If you have any doubts please don't hestitate to ask your most welcome

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Milan

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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Connect a LAN cable from the Netgear to the LAN port on yourcomputer, open a browser and enter the Netgear configuration URL -
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The WEP encryption key is configured in the router's wireless settings. This encryption key is then used to configure the wireless card in the computer so it can connect to the wireless router.
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What key code are you referring to?
Is the code the encryption key?
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The WEP encryption key is stored in the wireless setting in the Netgear wireless router.
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In the wireless encryption setting note down the encryption key. Use this key to configure the wireless card in the computer.

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To configure the Netgear router for wireless you need to connect a LAN cable from the laptop to the router and run your browser with the configuration IP address. for Netgear type the URL address ;-
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Hi supermosang .

Have you check the new firmaware update for your Netgear? ..pls do so first before proceeding to the next step provided below.

Next approach is to unistall and reinstall you 'reciever' to avoid any conflicts and isolate the issue. If that step is still a no go we might as well reset your netgear router to its factory settings and then lets start from there. It should work as your router has fanstastic features that supports 26bit encryption.

Good Luck.

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