I have a Cisco wireless router. In programs on windows, I click Cisco. It opens, then I click change password. You don't have to change anything, but you will able to see both home and guest passwords. If not, it will still be stored on your startup key (on case you get a new computer).
9 months ago
Last edited at 10:17AM on 6/16/2013
You should have the password written down somewhere. Some wifi routers come with a password in the instruction manual or some other booklet that is comes with. If you can't find either of those, you might have to look into changing the password.