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    I cannot find my WEP key. Can anyone help?!

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    Default Re: Help with Wifi

    Look on the sticker that has the barcode on your router. The number above the barcode should be your WEP Key (As explained by my dad)
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    Default Re: Help with Wifi

    My parents, when we bought our router, made a notepad document with our WEP Key on it. First, search all of your files and folders in search of a document file that may contain your WEP Key, and if not, possibly go with the tip given by LucarioGirl.

    Hope my input was helpful.

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    Default Re: Help with Wifi

    WEP keys can be changed within the router and I don't think it'd be written on it. If all else fails and be extremely careful about doing this if your internet isn't automatically recognized by your router but on almost all routers there's a tiny little button that can only be pushed with a pin either on the back or on the bottom of the router. Press and hold it with a pin or paperclip, that'll reset the router and should reset the router back to unsecured, then you can go back into the router's setup and change it accordingly.

    Or if your router has LAN ports in it, manually hook your computer up via LAN port and try connecting to your router's setup (usually http://192.168.1.1 via your internet browser), try going into the security setup and make changes as necessary.

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