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Cannot connect acer aspire one to my tp-link router

I have an Acer notebook connected wirelessly to the internet. I recently bought an Aspire One netbook. It finds my wireless network, but won't connect. It tries and after a while the network panel is back, and my connection isn't made. Is it some configuration issue i'm too stupid to understand or is my netbook defective (if it wa it would not recognize the wireless networks available, would it?)

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Go start run type services.msc then go down to the bottom click zero wireless configuration then click start and you should be good to go

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