|18 Nov 2011||#1|
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"show characters" to rediscover my wireless password -is it in XP too?
I need to rediscover a network ASCII key on my computer.
In Windows 7 , you can go into the wireless settings and simply click a box that says "show characters". Then you can see the key in ascii format.
But I am on a WinXP laptop right now. Is there a similar feature in Win XP ?
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|21 Nov 2011||#3|
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thanks.... I used a wireless key extracter downloaded from the internet.
It gave me the key in hex, a big long string, but NOT the ASCII string you type in.
However, I entered the hex string when it asked for the password to connect and it actually worked. (On a Windows 7 computer I think you an do that).
Program was called WirelessKeyView
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