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My laptop was picking up the LINKSYS Wireless router then all of a sudden NOTHING. The laptop show "The settings saved on this computer for the network do not match the requirements of the network" Any Help for this????

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  • bilalkhann Jan 21, 2009

    My wireless network was working fine but now it cannot pick up the signals form the wireless router. Everybody else can connect to the wireless router. I have tried reinstalling the driver and repairing the connection but it does not work.

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You can delete the Wnetwork that you currently have, then restart PC and go to control panal then wireless network setup icon and make a new Wnetwork (make sure to chose "automatically generate network key") then follow instructions and finish.

let me know what happens ?

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