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Xp : go to start --> control panel ---> on the top leff click on "switch to classic view" then open network and internet connections right click on the wireless conn. then from the upper tabs go to "Authentication"  your setting should be as following :
Enable IEEE 802.1x ....... (cheked) EAP Type : Smart Card or certificate Authenticate as computer ...... (checked) Authenticate as gues ..............(unchecked)
then click on "properties"
choose "use a certificate on this computer" and check "use simple caertificate ......" and check "Validate server certtificate" click ok till u close all the boxes 
:D hope that would work :D

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trying to find a RADIUS server with which to authenticate your system.
Switch the encryption to WPA-PSK (pre-shared key) on both ends and it
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