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Router security when i try to acces the network from my laptop it just simply pops up "security settings on the computer do not match that on the router" now i have not done anything for this to accur i just simply turned it on one day and it said that the day before it was fine. Can you tell me what to do about this or at least what happened so that i can try to troubleshoot this problem please.

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If you work the wireless option do the following:
enter routers' setup and check if wep or wap are enabled
if so disable them or enter the keys to your connection properties

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- What you can do to resolve the problem is to delete the wireless profile you created on the laptop. After that, let the laptop search for wireless connection available, select the correct wireless settings and it should connect.
--For example the operating system of your computer is Vista, in order to remove the wireless profile you created and reconnect to the wireless router, do the following instructions:- Go to Start>Control Panel>Network and Internet> Network and Sharing Center- Click on Manage Wireless Networks on the left panel. Delete the wireless profile then Search for available wireless networks again. Type the correct wireless security settings on your laptop
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