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My laptop (hp window xp) can't connect to the wireless internet ??? It won't even let me type the password. Everytime when i click on it, it starts connecting. but before the password typing comes, it says the wireless internet may not be there anymore, and try again. But i can connect to other wi-fi. And many people can also use it, but just not me¬

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You have problem with router range your laptop has been not get proper signal from the wireless router when got signal you get password screen then after due to signal is week the connection will lost

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Click Start/Control Panel/Network and Sharing Center then look to the left of the open window and click Manage Wireless Networks. Find the SSID of the network that you connect to and double click it. When the window opens click the Security tab to change the Security Type (which is the Authentication), The Encryption Type and the Network Security Key (which is the password).

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Click Start/Control Panel/Network and Internet/Network and Sharing Center then look to the left and select Manage Wireless Networks. Find the SSID of the network that you connect to and double click it. When the window opens click the Security tab to change the Security Type (which is the Authentication), The Encryption Type and the Network Security Key (which is the password).

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For Windows XP below:
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For Windows Vista below:

Click Start/Control Panel/Network and Sharing Center then look to the left of the open window and click Manage Wireless Networks. Find the SSID of the network that you connect to and double click it. When the window opens click the Security tab to change the Security Type (which is the Authentication), The Encryption Type and the Network Security Key (which is the password).

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Wait 30 seconds or so.
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