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How to connect to wifi? step 3

- In the "Authentication" check box "Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network" is unchecked:

- In the third tab "Connection" box "Connect to the network when in range" should be checked if the network is trying to connect is the network will be connected by default in the area where one is located:


- Following all these steps, the computer should find the connection. If it does not work immediately, restart the computer and the connection should then be established.

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When trying to access my wireless network it tells me that it cant locate a certificate to log on to my wireless connection. What does that mean? I have two other children who received these netbooks and they didn't have any problem accessing wireless connection.


If u are using Win XP, try the folowing steps.
First, click on the wireless icon in your taskbar and under Related Tasks, choose Change advanced settings.
Click on the Wireless Networks tab and select your network in the list at the bottom. Click on Properties once you select the wireless network that is having problems.
Click on the Authentication tab and now uncheck the Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network box.
Once unchecked that box and try to reconnect to the wireless network.


If you are using Win 7 Starter, Try teh following steps.
Click on Start and go to Control panel>Network & Internet>Network & Sharing Center.
On the left side u will find Manage wireless networks. Click on it.
Now select your network in the list. Click on Properties.
Click on the Authentication tab and now uncheck the Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network box.
Once unchecked that box and try to reconnect to the wireless network.

Dec 25, 2010 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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while trying to connect a pc to the WRT54G2 wireless broadband router,windows gives me the following message: ''windows cannot find the certificate to log on to the linksys network'.what is the problem with configuration or what should i do to solve the problem.


On Windows XP
>>right click wireless connection icon >>view available wireless network >>click on change advance settings inte left(SP2) orAdvance(SP1) >>on top click on tab wireless network >>clear preffered networks >>Click on ADD below preffered network box >>Put in the details for the titles mentioned below Association(Tab) >Network Name (SSID) : put in your wireless network name >Data Encryption should be check >Network Authentication(Shared mode) should be unchecked >The key is provideded for me automatically uncheck it >put the network key and confirm it Authentication(Tab) >check Enable IEEE 802.1x >now uncheck Authenticate as Computer when computer info is available >now uncheck Authenticate as as guest when user or Computer when computer info is unavailable >uncheck Enable IEEE 802.1x >>click OK now it will start working enjoy

Sep 29, 2009 | Linksys WRT54GX2 Wireless-G Broadband...

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Attempt to go on wireless and get "need certificate" to continue. Any help for this?


Hi!

Here's the solution to your problem:

1. Go to Control Panel > Network Connections
2. Right-click on Wireless Network Connection > Properties
3. Click on Wireless Networks tab. Remove all the names under Preferred Networks box.
4. Click on Add button. Type the Name or SSID of your wireless network
5. If you have encryption enabled, uncheck the box at the bottom "The Key is Provided for Me Automatically".
6. Type in your wireless encryption key in the given boxes.
7. Now click on Authentication tab. Uncheck the box that has the "Enable IEEE Authentication".
8. Click Apply and OK all the way out. Restart your computer.
9. It should be able to connect wirelesly.

Jul 28, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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D-Link Wireless: validating identity


I believe this has to do with your automatic router/setup for wireless networks....but this is what I did to clear the same problem:

1) Right click on the tray icon that is searching for validation and select status.

2) A "Wireless Network Connection Status" box will open, click "Properties".

3) Your "Wireless Connection Properties" box will open showing the Wireless Networks available. Find the wireless network you are connected to and highlight it by clicking once, then click "Properties" just below.

4) Another box will then open with the properties for your network. Click on the "Authentication" tab.

5) Un-check the "Enable IEEE 802.1x Authentication...." checkbox.

You're good to go.... :)

Jun 17, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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