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. any ideas
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Try resettling. The router by unplugging it for 10 sec the plug it back in after it comes up fully try to connect to Wifi on the tablet by goubg into settings. Then Wifi turn off Wifi then back on. Choose your network. And enter your password if asked. I have had to do this with mine a few times
You will need to change the existing connection to match the "new" settings. I have had this issue with visita as well. If you open the wireless connections, go to advanced settings click on the "saved" SSIDs you can either delete the exisiting one, and start over (easy) or you can modify the settings to match the "new" upgraded system. Visita and XP store these for future use, problem is if one changes it "Doesn't match" so just delete the existing one and recreate it.
If they changed the password for the system or the type of encryption WEP to WPA etc this will correct the issue. You may want to turn off the IPv6 which can also cause issues with Wifi in some locations.
okay what you do is go to start documents and copy this to the address bar "Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center" after you do that click on manage wireless networks on the side now click on your internet profile and hit delete after its deleted search and find you internet and set it up again
This error message usually occurs in windows vista & win7 if the settings saved on the computer doesnt matches with the settings in the router...
You can get rid of this message by deleting the list of preferred networks from your computer...
To delete the preferred networks, follow the method given below...
Open control panel > open Network & Internet(double click) > open Network & Sharing center(double click)
On the far hand side left you will have an option called "Manage wireless networks"
If you click that, you will see the list of preferred networks that are already saved in your computer...
Now select your network, make a right click and select "Remove network"
Select "ok" for all the warnings...
Thats it..! you are done..!
Now search for the list of available wireless networks in range, you must be able to see your network name without any error mesages...
Select your network and click connect, it will ask for the network key(if you have setup one)...
Enter the key and get connected...!
You must be able to go online now..!
You need to remove the wireless network from your preferred networks list and reconnect to it.
1. Right click on the wireless icon (picture of a computer) on your system tray. 2. Click on Network and Sharing Center. 3. On the upper left hand side of the page , click on Manage Wireless Networks 4. Right click on you network name and click Remove/delete 5. Now reconnect to your network.
See there are some old settings saved on your computer for the same wireless network name. I believe the operating system on your computer is windows VISTA / 7 . Now you will need to remove the network from the preferred network list. then add the new network on your computer and you will be able to connect to the network. Make sure that you have all the wireless settings of your network. If you are not sure about the wireless settings of your network then you will need to check the wireless settings of the network.
1. it seems that the power outrage had caused your wireless settings to be restored to its factory settings .... so there is a need to reconfigure it again ...
"the settings that are saved to my computer do not match" --- this usually pertains to the network settings saved on your laptop, if it is vista you must delete the old profile,it also applies for xp OS ....
VISTA : >network and sharing center > manage wireless connections >under networks you can view or modify, highlight the old profile then remove
XP : >netowrk connections > right click on wireless network connection and go to properties >click on wireless tab >under preferred networks (box in the middle) highlight then remove 2. to check this do ipconfig on the cmd line •check the default gateway if it is still 192.168.1.1 or 2.1 ( the default gateway is the rtr's address) •open your browser, then type the rtrs ip • leave the username blank, password is admin ( small caps) • then you are in the set up page • check the wireless tab, and very the ssid if it is still or the name of your network which you used to connect to ... • just save the settings if you want to make changes
****** very impt : while doing this changes, your main pc or dsktop pc must be hardwired to the router ,, never make changes wirelessly coz the connection is very instable you will be kicked of everytime ..... ***********