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How do you get rid of the device ownership password.

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Next to the WAN port on the rear is the reset button
Press and hold it in while plugging in the power. Hold it for about 10 seconds and the router is reset to factory defaults

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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If the modem has been set up by your provider, then they should supply you with that number. It may be printed on a sticker on the modem itself.

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i'm trying to set up a new router for my wireless connection on an hp. in the area "device ownership password" i tried to enter the 10 digit number from the router but i received a message that says "check sum validation failed for pin entered". i cannot complete the set up because i cannot get past this point. please help!


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I have new Dell Latitude E6400 Laptop. In office Wi-Fi is working fine but in Home its asking Device ownership password. I dont know why its asking. Please help


Hello,
The device ownership password will be printed at the base of the router. If u dont find the password then type the last four digits of the IMEI number printed at the base of the router.
Hope this helped.

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Device ownership password will be located at the bottom of the router. when you autoconfigure security for your wireless router the router uses the device ownership code as the password

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I have a DIR-615 router and can not locate the device ownership password. It is not on the label beneath the MAC address. Any ideas?


This Device Ownership password is actually reffering to the WPS PIN number of your router which is usually on the sticker on the device. If you can't see it anywhere on the device, scan for wireless networks and connect to your network.
Once it will ask for the device Ownership password again, just click on the phrase that says " I want to enter a network key or passphrase instead" or " I don't want to configure, I just want to connect" ( this is applicable with vista ). If you have an XP computer and your using the wireless utility of your computer, disable that utility and use the Windows Zero Configuration.

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Where is the device ownership password located?


Are you trying to login to the machins? / winodows?
Or is it somthing ells? I can help if you provide more detailes


Thanks and please leave comment and a review.

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