Question about Computers & Internet
You will need to login to the router. go into wireless setup then security. Based on your router either it will show you the key or you will have to create a new key.
if you don't know how to access your router
via a windows based computer...
open up the command prompt or CMD usually found in programs or accessories.
type in ipconfig and press enter. it will display a IP, subnet and gateway addresses the string is something along the lines on 192.168.1.1 what ever the gateway is type the string of numbers into your web browser without the www.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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