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Is the wifi password stored somewhere in windows-7?

I've got win 7 and win 8 installed on the PC. Win 7 automatically connects to my router and it saved the password somewhere, but I got no idea where. I want win 8 to connect to the same network, but there's the key/password it want me to type in when i try to connect.

How can I get that? I'm on win 7 right now

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marked as duplicate by sblair, Diogo, 8088, Dave, Indrek Oct 2 '12 at 10:56

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This question makes no sense. – Fergus Apr 3 '12 at 0:57
I think the OP wants his Win 8 instance to auto connect to a wireless network that his Win 7 instance already connects to. I have only used win 8 a small amount, and it was virtualized so I didn't deal with wireless. Regardless though, if you are the owner, or know the owner of the wireless network, put in the key, I would think, like most OS's, it will save once it is put in there. If you don't know the key, you cannot connect. – Paperlantern Apr 3 '12 at 2:08
Enter the key/passphrase as you did in windows 7 – Dave M Apr 3 '12 at 2:27

The following shows you exactly where to get the key, assuming you know your network name (SSID):

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+1 ......Ta-da! – Bigbio2002 Apr 4 '12 at 20:59

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