How to recover network key on Linksys Wireless G Router?

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Does anyone have a good guide on how to recover the network key on a Linksys Wireless G Router?

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jimlynch
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Dthomas has a good answer for this, but here's a link to the Linksys support site in case you have other issues or questions.

http://support.linksys.com/en-us/support

dthomas
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If you forgot/lost the admin password, I think that you are just to have to reset the router and set it up from scratch. Most, if not all, Linksys routers have a recessed button that you have to push with a paperclip to do a hard reset. I assume that you know how to handle it from there, but if you need more help, here is a step by step guide:

http://techchannel.radioshack.com/recover-lost-network-key-linksys-route...

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