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i changed the passcode on my wireless router. now when i go to my laptop i cant connect to internet. i try and search everywhere to change the pasccode. but there is no option please help. thanks
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1. Right-click on the wireless network icon in the Windows Taskbar and choose "View Available Wireless Networks".

2. When the "Wireless Network Connection" window appears, click "Change the order of preferred networks".

3. The "Wireless Network Connection Properties" or similar dialog box should appear.

4. Underneath "Preferred networks", click on your home network and then click the Remove button. This will make your computer "forget" your network.

5. Click "OK" to close the wireless network connection properties dialog box.

6. Try connecting to your wireless network again, this time it should ask you for the network key. Enter the new key and it will get saved.
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if that doesn't work, you may find help by typing into your address bar these numbers and then hitting enter - it should take you to the page where all of that information is stored and you may be able to correct the settings.
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