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if you constantly receive these messages it either you have a soon to be broken modem or your i.s.p. is experiencing technical difficulties that why you cant connect to the internet, if your isp is good then your modem is the problem, replacing with a new modem will solve your problem
sounds like the router can only handle two local computers. I'm not familiar with a router by philips, assuming you got it from your ISP call them and make sure that it can support more then two computers, they might want extra money for more computers. Since I do not agree with that type of business model you can get overo n them by adding your own router (I prefer linksys) and then you can connect up to 255 devices to your internet connection and your ISP will think it is only one.
Check that the wireless drivers are installed properly on both your laptop and desktop. THe certificate error is because your laptop does not "trust" your computer. Under network conections click add a connection ec, and when you try to conect, microsoft should ask you weva to trust the connections from computer to computer that should do it :D
Have you activated SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0, and TLS 1.0 in Tools/Internet Options/Advanced/Security? If they are not activated, there is the real possibility you won't connect. Happened to me just tonight and discovered them all unchecked. Reactivated all 3 and voila.... it worked!