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Now unable to connect wireless on other computer

A couple of days ago I plugged in my wireless adapter for the computer in my bedroom and it would not connect. A message window popped up with "windows was unable to find certificate to log you on the network". I checked the router that is connected to my main computer and the wireless icon goes back and forth from blue to flashing amber. I have looked at everything that I know of (limited wireless knowledge) and no avail. Can someone please help me out with this issue? Much appreciate!!!

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  • Suzy Q Feb 13, 2009

    The computer that has the router connected to is X-P and the other one is X-P as wells.

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