08/23/2014

WPA/WPA2 PSK. . . How do I to find my wi-fi password?

i am trying to get a Wi-Fi connection for my HTC Wildfire and when i try to join it says:
signal power: very good
security: WPA/WPA2 PSK
Then it says wireless password… I are attempting placing in my WEP key however it would not work. Please assist me… i am puzzled out of my mind!
Thanks 4 the answer however how do I precisely get to the DHCP Server? O.O
Thxs

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bar WPA/WPA2 PSK. . .  How do I to find my wi fi password?

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Comments

  1. Computer Tech says:

    Find Router Passwords
    http://routerpasswords.com

  2. Steve says:

    It is either detecting the encryption type wrong or you are putting in the wrong type of encryption key. Try connecting to the router with a wired connection and going to the routers homepage. Open the command prompt and type IP config. The ip you want to go to is the DHCP server. Once you are there look for the encryption type and the encryption key. Change this to whatever you would like and try it again.

  3. 18 gibbs 20 says:

    From Control Panel – Network Connections look for your wireless network connection. Right click it and pick Disable. Wait until it says it’s disabled. This will clear out any old settings windows may have for it. Then right click on it again and hit enable. This will find the network again as new.

    Now if it’s still telling you the network is WPA/WPA2 PSK protected and you know it’s WEP protected then you have to change it now. Then enter the WEP key. If you can’t change it then I believe you’re incorrect when you think it’s WEP protected. Look at the device itself and see what’s written on any stickers.

    If you’re still stuck then perhaps someone else changed the settings in the router. I don’t know your situation to know if you manage it or someone else does but it’s possible. In that case you will have to talk to them or look at the manual for your router to see how to access it’s settings…

  4. Bambi says:

    Why is my Nook internet even protected? How do I opt out, when I did not want in in the first place? Let me know asap. Thank you.

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