i need to know wear i find pasword to connnnect to my wifi

May 31, 2014 at 18:00:31
Specs: Windows 7
all day i tried to figure out what password they want iv never had ii happen as u can tell my lap top is working why is my nook saying can not be connected wrong password I have tried for hours still no wi fi connection can someone please help where do I find this password they want I have a belkin.9be.c.please help thank you donna

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May 31, 2014 at 18:39:07
The Belikin (router/wifi) is likely asking for the password to allow you to connect to it. That will be found possibly already set, and displayed, on a sticker underneath the unit itself. Or there may a sticker or card in the bosx the Belkin came in which has it written on it. Or you have to into the wifi management/setup for the Belkin to find it, note it down, and then enter it on your nook, when you try to connect via wifi to the Belkin.

Can you be more specific about the model number of your Belkib. Looking on the Belkin UK site it doesn't seem to exist... Possibly there is more accurate info on the router itself - and there will be other info too, including a serial number. Find that label with the s/n and there you will find the correct/full model number.

Also you have two posts running now about this problem.. Stick with this one, after reading the other (where I asked a couple of questions - which perhaps reply to here in this post/thread).

Likely the other post will be deleted to avoid confusion...

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May 31, 2014 at 20:44:10
You have posted 4 times about this problem. I've deleted the other two but I'll leave this one and the one in the iPad forum up since there is good information posted in both. Please follow the rules and stop multiple postings.

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June 1, 2014 at 14:56:01
Your Nook requires the same Wireless password (pass phrase) as you originally put in your computer to set up wireless.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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June 2, 2014 at 11:15:21
Specifically the wifi encryption passphrase and level of encryption. If you can logon to your router [from another machine] you maybe able to see what is set for wifi password so you will know.

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