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You can give a try using the HP Network diagnostic tool and it should give you your network details
Click on the link below and follow the steps
HP Network Diagnostic Tool
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Connect computer to the router no 1 slot on the back.
Go to computer open
Login to the Linksys Router page(usual address 192.168.1.1
This will prompt for the user name password for you.
Leave username blank type password =ADMIN or admin
Login to router and go to wireless tab.
Below click on security tab.
On the wireless security tab and select this as WPA
Click on save settings and reboot the router.
Your wireless network is now secured.
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