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Enet management problem

My acer enet management tool is not supporting wpa and wpa2 security modes. it only supports the wep security. i decided to uninstall enetmanagement but it did not connect using the windows wireless connection. how can i fix this problem?

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Sounds like you are having problems connecting to your wireless network?
If so, disable eNet Management and reboot. If problem is still there, reboot your router. If problem is still there, update router firmware.
If you can see the networks but not connect to them, it is a router problem.

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