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Network and Wireless

I'm on a desktop(Win7) my cell phone is connected to the wireless but I want to change the password. The computer is connected through a router and in network and sharing center it says connections: local area connection. How can I change it? The computer gets internet because one of the Ethernet cable is hooked up between the router and the computer itself while the ISP Ethernet cable is hooked up between the router and the modem from ISP. I keep searching in Network and Sharing Center trying to fix it but I'm having no luck, How do I change my wireless password? Oh yeah it has nothing to do with typing in my ip or cmd. Months ago I actually stumbled up on changing while digging up in control panel/network it but back then there was no need.

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what router model?
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what router model

doesnt work

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