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You've forgotten your WEP/WPA, is that it? Just go to the wireless
router or wireless access point and go to its configuration settings.
Most routers/WAP's are configured through your browser. Look at the
wireless security settings and you'll see the encryption key you're
using. Write it down and then you can enter the key into your
computer's wireless network settings.

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