I have a 2 year old Time Capsule, which has worked fine and serves as the WiFi source for a 3 year old Intel IMac, MacBook Pro, iPhone and IPod touch. This past weekend I upgraded the IMac from Leopard to Snow Leopard. While that went smoothly, about 24 hr later the IMac got completely locked up and upon trying to restart it I repeatedly got the universal no entry sign (circle with a diagonal line through it). Of course we needed a file from it and it was late and without thinking I figured I'd just start up the IMac from my Leopard Install DVD. I'd never done this before and didn't realize I had the option just to access Disk Utilities and so I think I essentially did a retro install of 10.5, with the result that the IMac now thinks it's a brand new computer running 10.5. Anyway, I want to access the (hopefully) back up files on the Time Capsule, but it now won't accept the password I have. This password still works for the other hardware, but not now for the IMac. I have tried varying the encryption settings (WEP, WEP2 etc) but with no success. Anybody out there have any ideas? Thanks much in advance.