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Settings saved on the computer for the netword do not match the requriements

When I try to connect to the network it says, "The settings saved on this computer for the network do not match the requirements of the network." It does have the bars with green lines...it only has a red x.
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  • terry be May 23, 2008

    This is a belkin G Plus router

  • jmilewska Aug 06, 2008

    Hey,
    I ve got a similar problme.

    All of a sudden i get that message next to the wireles i was always using - this happened before with another wireless at my frieds house- although i was using it fine for a couple of days, at some point it showed me that message and i couldnt connect anymore.

    Aha- I have no access to the router so could u please please suggest sth related to my computer cos im almost certain thats the problem-

    And- pasted : ipconflig /all in the CDM and nothing...
    cheers and thank u
    jo





  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    i cannot connect to internet wireless. i get a error: settings donot match with network settings, i tried ipconfig, restore, ipconfig /flushdns, also netsh winsock reset. problem still persists.

  • Faisal makki May 11, 2010

    X sign is when there is limited connectivity or no connectivity. Either you DNS and Router setting are wrong or if it an DHCP enable device. I sugggest you keep it on Auto .



    After getting the error message

    Go to run, type CMD

    and then type Ipconfig /all

    just post the details and it be easier to understand what is wrong

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