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When i try to go wireless..it says, the settings saved on this computer for the network do not match the requirments of the network

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Im assuming that you have Windows Vista so go to:

>Start
>Control Panel
>Network and Sharing Center
>Manage Wireless Network
>Double Click on your Wireless Network or SSID
> Click on "Security" tab
>On "Security Type" click on down arrow to select "No Authentication (Open) "
>Click OK and it should connect !



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