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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
SOURCE: my laptop asks for a
Device ownership code is part of a stupid contraption called WiFi Protected Setup (WPS), which was meant to simplify connection to wireless access points, but doesn't simplify anything in my opinion...
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.
Alternatively you may try finding in your laptop WiFi settings an option to disable this WPS functionality and connect in a "normal" way. It's hard to give a solid recipe, as there are lots of different WiFi software packages out there - every manufacturer seems to have an ambition to come up with their own, whereas Windows since XP Service Pack 2 onwards can use WiFi natively, without any 3rd party add-ons.
Posted on Jul 22, 2011
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