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Cannot connect via wireless with laptop

Hi,

A friend added a password to our wireless which will now not let me connect with a laptop.

My desktop is pluged into the router and works fine but since the password has been put on I cannot connect wirelessly with my laptop.

I know the password and can connect for about 2 mins before being disconnected.

Any ideas? Or how could I reset the password so the connection is unsecure?

Thanks,

John

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  • jlmossjr Jun 24, 2008

    I just got a new laptop and I can't connect it to my netgear router

    because I do not know the password it keeps demanding. My other

    computers are connected so I know it is working. I looked all through my

    box and found nothing in my directions. To call for assistance you have to pay. Can you help?? What a pain!

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As ur desktop is working fine.What u have to do is to setup a new wireless network try the compatible channel for ur router it won't get disconnected.In order to setup a new network u have to access router page on any browser on your computer through its ip address. Confirm the make of ur route i will provide u the settings.

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