Network passwords

My child has an Itouch and would like to connect to our home network... She is able to find our name of the computer in its search, but need a password and we cannot remember this password... How do I reset the password or know what it is?


If you forgot your network Password (if that's what you meant) you need to reset your router (will remove all security measures)

Operating instructions:

Tags: Windows

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