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Change security code in my wireless network connection

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I have installed a Lynksys Wireless-G broadband router, model WRT54G-CA. When I installed a mini wireless USB adapter IEEE802.11b/g and signed into the secured wireless connection that I had set up, I realized that I hadn't changed the 'key' password. How can I change the security code now? My O.S. is XP Home. Tks.
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all you need to do is connect to the router with an ethernet cable (the same way you did to set it up the first time)...and follow the instructions in the manual for changing the info you want to change
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