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On my laptop, they couldn't get it. chirurgaz says: 6 years ago Thanks. You solved my issue! Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. http://techkumar.com/windows-xp/cannot-connect-to-wireless-network-windows-xp.html

Guy from PR says: 6 years ago Great help. It worked ! Thank you, sir. Blooper says: 7 years ago Thank you sooo much!

collection video 20,009 views 3:13 Windows 7 - How to Connect to a Wireless Network - Duration: 2:06. I have been trying to get this wireless to work for who knows how long. Highly appreciated!!! Click OK, and then click OK again.

I've been trying to figure this one out for a while now. This article Really helped me. nightmare says: 5 years ago hi i followed the steps but afterwards i am getting this message, "limited or no connectivity".. Your instructions were incredibly clear & worked like a charm.

Bonnie says: 6 years ago Thank you! drewbee says: 7 years ago Yay! Lucky to have found this post. internet Kathy McG says: 6 years ago I am so relieved.

worked for me right away. millist04 says: 7 years ago Only problem is that while I was fiddling with all the other settings trying to get this to work I've screwed something else up and now Jec says: 6 years ago Thanks a lot! Anyone know how to get around this??

Thanks youuuu!!! I really apreciate. I was experiencing this issue past few months, somehow didn't google it as I gave my laptop for some work and I decided that must have messed up the wireless. Fadzrul says: 6 years ago This helped me & a thousand people on the net!!

Bgilliam says: 6 years ago Hello. have a peek at these guys sam says: 7 years ago Appreciated, that really works! Note: Make sure that 'This is a computer-to-computer (ad-hoc) network' is not selected. Open your 'Network Connections' (found in active icons tray). 2.

  1. Click Next and close the window.
  2. ummi says: 6 years ago I've followed these instructions, but I still get the same message about Windows being unable to find a security certificate.
  3. Thank youWe appreciate your feedback.
  4. Thanks ;)!!!!!!!
  5. Now, if only the router manufacturers would include this in their FAQ, or Microsoft would improve their useless message with this information.

sugar says: 6 years ago Thanks!! Step 4 Select the Wireless Networks tab, and then select the network from the bottom list. Tapas Adhikary says: 7 years ago Thanks a lot for the post. http://techkumar.com/windows-xp/windows-is-unable-to-connect-to-the-selected-network-xp-wireless.html Hours of frustration have ended! :-D xhong says: 7 years ago Excellent!

In the left pane, select Switch to Classic view. Pretty sad when you have to go to google to get help on a message because your helpdesk can't help you. Thanx a lot!

In my case it was still automatically putting up the old key.

In the Run dialog box type ncpa.cpl and then click OK. If I only came here first. My husband and I were at our wits end trying to overcome the problem. Click OK to update the settings.

Note: If you are not able to locate the Network key, contact your router’s technical support for assistance. N Routers Nighthawk Routers and Extenders 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 bhavesh says: 7 years ago Thanks. this content grannyfree says: 6 years ago Thanks a lot.

Thanks a lot for this helpful post! Any other suggestions? I know this isn't a solution for those people who want to use WPA, but it's better than having no connection or drop outs all the time. Steven says: 6 years ago Worked on my desktop all day today and half of last night.

dd3rad says: 6 years ago Thank you very much. robert guerra says: 5 years ago Man, thanks so much for your help!!! Select the Authentication tab, and de-select the Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network option. Todisable IEEE 802.1x authentication: Click Start, thenselect Run.

Andrews Roy 64,657 views 5:53 Loading more suggestions... Click Add and select Manually create a network profile. I am just mucking around with the old one for the kids to put games on - found your solution - AND IT WORKS!!!!!! csnsaf says: 6 years ago Thanks for the great post, Aseem!

ButtonBeats says: 6 years ago I had the grayed out problem and all the others. pmawhinn says: 4 years ago This worked, IBM WebSphere Portal Home IBM Logo Sign Up Log In Contact HP - Anonymous Contact HP Product Context View Support Home Test page