Question about Computers & Internet
If you already have access to the wireless network with another computer, you can download WirelessKeyView onto that computer and get the key from that.
The program is free and doesn't require installation. You just run the program and it will tell you all of the security keys stored on your computer. The program is for Windows, so if you are using a mac, I can look up a program for that. You will need a program to open zip files, but Windows ME and up, and most mac's, will be able to do that.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Do you have a desktop or other computer that's on the network? Use it to log into the router and retrieve the wireless key.
see this link http://www.columbia.edu/acis/networks/aptnet/linksys/index.html
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