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Removing Secure Wireless Network Key Code.

I have a wireless network set up at home, and secured it with a key code. The router is a Belkin, running windows xp . I added the security lock to my daugherts Gateway nootbook(wireless)xp also, and now she can not access anyother wireless connections except the one at home.
On my Dell notebook I can go to the ControlPanel and under the Wireless I can remove the security lock with one click.
On the Gateway,there is no Wireless in Control Panel.My problem is, how do I remove or unlock her computer so she can access
Wireless connections when she is away at college.Any help would be appreciated.

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Problem fixed.

In reply to: Removing Secure Wireless Network Key Code.

As I re read my postI feel I may have confused anyone that may have read it, so sorry bout that. The problem is fixed, and thanks for looking at the post who ever you may have been,and for letting it stand un answered for a day with no replys.

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Glad you got it fixed. . .

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Keep in mind, these forums are free, the people who try to help visit when they can, we are not paid for answering questions, maybe the ones who read the post didn't know the answer, maybe the ones who might have helped (me included) didn't see the post, maybe we were away from the computer on that day, many, many reasons why it just sat there for a day.


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