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Unable to connect to wireless network

Just recently my laptop(Asus X52 Series) stopped connecting to the wireless network, it usually connects to. Message error for belkin said " the setting on your computer dont match the requirements of the network". So I removed the network, then I got excellent signal, no connection and asking for a security key. So I went to the host computer and saved the settings via usb and there was a message saying that the security key was incorrect. So I entered it in manually and it still wont accept it. Have no idea how to fix this. I have a friend who brought her laptop over and she is able to connect to the network with no problems. Can you help. As I have never had this problem before.

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Check your network IP and put one in the same classe of the wireless network. For example if you router IP is 10.0.0.254/255.0.0.0 then you must configure your IP like: 10.0.0.1/255.0.0.0 (instead of "1" you can choose a number between 1 and 253)

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