If it seems like everything requires a password these days, you are not alone. It can be difficult to keep track of all your passwords, especially ones you may not use every day. A router password is a perfect example, and it is frustrating trying to change your network settings, only to find none of your passwords work. Luckily, resetting your NetGear Router WGR614 V9 password back to default is a quick, simple process.
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Things you need
- Paper clip or pen
- NetGear Router WGR614 V9
On the back of the router and to the left of the antenna is a reset factory settings button. Take a paper clip or sharp pen and hold the button until the test light starts blinking, about 20 seconds.
Stop pressing the reset factory settings button. The NetGear Router WGR614 V9 will restart and the test light will turn off.
Type "http://192.168.1." into your browser's address bar. Into the pop-up box that appears, use "admin" for the user name and "password" for the password.
Tips and warnings
- This will delete any changes made to the router's settings and restore your router to the manufacturer's default settings.
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