Question about Computers & Internet
First go to control panel click network connection then click you wireless name.Right click properties got to authentication in down have box show you wireless SSID name go to them click edit then go to retype you password wireless to see can connect.
second you can try to uninstall you wireless driver and software utility then reinstall again
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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