Question about Computers & Internet
If your wireless key doesn't match the one written on the back of your router (if there is any) you will need to reset the device to its default factory settings so you can log into it and set up a wireless key yourself.
Most devices have a reset button that you can reach with a paper clip so you can press it for a determined period of time (more than 30 seconds usually does the trick).
Once reset, you can log into the device using the default username and password (usually "admin" or just blank), check the manufacturer's web site for more info on the defaults.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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