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This did it! Not Win XP. ;) Charles Hunja says: 5 years ago Thanks. Select a product or category below for specific instructions. This really helped me! navigate here

Rob2891 says: 7 years ago When i went to "authentication" mine was already checked off and the certificate error is still happening? Seriously. if only i had known about this site a few hours ago… nick says: 7 years ago you are a genius. Keep posting ur articles Yolanda says: 5 years ago Thank you so much!

Dennis says: 6 years ago Thank you guys it works!!! Even traded in linksys for a belkin router, thinking a "N router" might work better, but same results. worked like a charm. It's running WPA encryption.

I am now able to log into my wireless network! replied4 years ago. Michael says: 5 years ago Thank you so much for the step-by-step solution on this. That was easily solved by re-booting the cable modem and the wireless router.

I downloaded and installed the drivers on a wired connection. Now click on the Wireless Networks tab and select the network in the list at the bottom. Now I can access the laptop wirelessly. Your solution helped me a lot.

Even my IT department didn't know what to do about this message! Farid Shahab says: 6 years ago It worked perfectly. mightycam says: 7 years ago You are awesome! Back to top #7 synergy513 synergy513 BC Advisor 932 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Florida Local time:07:03 AM Posted 16 March 2014 - 02:12 PM i ran into this scenario .

Good Job!! N Routers Nighthawk Routers Powerline and Wall Plug Extenders Cable and DSL Modem Routers ReadyNAS Network Storage Switches Wireless Access Points Other Business Products Arlo Mobile Broadband Feedback Facebook Twitter Youtube Thanks, once again, and keep up the good work. He gave me the usual "Go do a search on GOOGLE for a certificate".

Xain Khan says: 6 years ago Thanks a lot mate! =) You rock! http://webinweb.net/windows-was/windows-was-unable-to-connect-to-this-network-validating-identity.html Worked just like it was written!!!! Thank you kindly. If only they had added to that error message "If you have switched from a router that requires a certificate to one that doesn't you should…" harrylc3000 says: 7 years ago

Structural materials and the position of the dongle are also important. Highly appreciated!!! What do I do? his comment is here I've been trying to figure this one out for a while now.

pinaxe says: 6 years ago It's a kind of magic! Your posting was right on target. This worked like a charm!!

A few hours I see this under "Popular posts".

Nothing to do with computers as ever been so easily fixed. Now able to connect to my wireless network at home! Saved me a whole bunch of trouble as I was to deliver training this morning and I'd never even seen this before! usmc5185 says: 7 years ago Thanks a lot.

Once connected, check the boxes Save this network and Start this connection automatically Select a location for your wireless network. For those of you who stated that the area is grayed out, go back and change your settings to "open" instead of WPA-TSK. Ask the Community Need to Contact Support? weblink Thank you, sir.

This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Cheo says: 7 years ago Thanks a lot for u help!!! thank you! I fixed it by running my Windows updates.

The Manage Wireless Networks window will appear, and here you can see all thewireless network connection profiles that are stored on this computer. niyioke says: 7 years ago Worked for me too.