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My Vizio TV cannot connect to my Cisco router internet. The

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My Vizio TV cannot connect to my Cisco router internet. The Vizio technician thinks it might be a problem with my password. What should I do?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Networking
Expert:  Randy IT Tech replied 5 years ago.
Hello!

I will assist you,

Do you have a windows computer currently connected wirelessly to the internet through the router you need password XXXXX?

If yes, which version of windows do you have?

What type router do you have? ( model#)
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
yes, Windows 7, Linksys E1000
Expert:  Randy IT Tech replied 5 years ago.
Here is how to find your password:

If you have a Windows 7 computer that is already wirelessly connected ,

the password XXXXX XXXXX that computer, just take these steps:

Try this on the wirelessly connected Windows 7 computer:

Click the Windows Start button >

Choose Control Panel>

Then Choose Network and Sharing>

Click Manage Wireless Networks on the TOP LEFT OF YOUR SCREEN >

Click on your wireless network shown there in the list, then Right Click to get drop down menu then select Properties >

Click the Security Tab>

Click the Show Characters Box and this will show your network password.
Let me know if this works for you,
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Expert:  Randy IT Tech replied 5 years ago.
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