Question about Computers & Internet
From what I am understanding it sounds that you forgot your Network Key. You can access this information from the Router Administrator Page.
You would need to view your Router IP address.
You can gain this information by going to Start, Run, and type in cmd. Once the Command Prompt opens please type in ipconfig /all.
The IP address that displays in your DNS Server Field is your Router IP.
You need to type this address in your address bar of your Browser. This address should appear as 192.168.0.x or 192.168.1.x unless this information has been changed
Depending on the type of router you will need to locate the Wireless Settings tab. Your Wireless Password will be in the WPA Field.
If you are unable to login to your router to locate this information, you are able to reset this to the Factory Default by inserting a toothpick, paper clip, hair pin into the reset whole on the back of the router for 10 seconds. This information will be reset to default. I hope this helped.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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