Question about Computers & Internet
Very Simple problem to fix, first of all you what type of router do you have????? go to http://www.routerpasswords.com/ find your router on the list, noticed i shows the default login and password to get into your router settings. once you have found this info on routerpasswords.com go to an internet explorer tab and type in the default ip witch is usually either 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 once in, use your login and password to log into your router. then go to the section on the 1st page that list your SSID.... whats in the blank is the name of your network. It might be a good Idea to change your SSID to something Familiar you can remember when you see it on the network list.
Hope this helps, take care and please feel free to write back to let me know how it went.
Good luck!!! :)
Posted on May 22, 2011
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