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NETWORK IS NOT CONNECING IN wi-fi in our wireless network with WPA2 system. but its detecting the network. should i install any new software to support WPA2.

My laptop Acer Aspire 3683 in not connecting with wi-fi internet WPA2 system. its detecting the network but not connecting to network.

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