Question about Computers & Internet
Are you trying to connect to a wireless network ?
If so when asked for a password to authenticate yourself, you will need the correct password, otherwise authentication will fail and it will be impossible for you to connect to the network. That's without using the correct password of course. If you are the administrator of your network.
Connect to the router's or Wireless AP interface, there will be an IP address associated with the device (check the owners manual for the address) and type this into your browser to access the Web GUI, no from here you will have to find the wireless settings and make sure that WPA2 security is enabled and that the password you create fits the criteria that it asks.
Once you have done this go back to the computer you where originally trying to connect with and use the password that you just configured when it asks you.
If you are still unsure please ask me.
Posted on May 31, 2013
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