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For home use the network authentication is set WPA-PSK and the network key refers to the type of data encryption your wireless and copmputer will use to "talk" to each other.
It will be either, TKIP or AES , you may find it in control panel under the SYSTEM heading, or try one, to get it to communicate, if that doesn't work try the other.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
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