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Cannot Connect - Validating Identity?

I've set up my wireless router successfully and cannot connect once I unplug my computer from the router. My computer picks up the wireless network but it says Low Connectivity and it tries to "Validate [my] identity" for an hour.

Is this an issue with the router or my computer settings? Anything I can do to make it connect without the plug?

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