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Dell Inspiron 8600 validating problems

Dell Inspiron 8600 keeps saying validating identity and when i tried unticking the ieee 802.1x auth and now all i get is limited connection

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Please check the settings of your connection why it need validating the identity. maybe there's a conflict on the configuration.

Posted on May 13, 2010

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