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I have a new TP-Link WR941ND router My new Toshiba laptop can see it on the wireless network but when i enter the secure key it tells me it can not join, even my new iPad2 can see it but can not join the network either

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Greetings - Most likely the router is setup with a certain security type, such as WEP or WPA of which there are several types each.

Your laptop and Ipad have to be setup for the same kind of security as the router then the security key will work.

If you setup the router you have to log back into the router settings and see what kind of security is setup and what the login password is. If you didn't setup the router the person who did has to tell you what the security settings on your devices should be.

Good Luck and Thank you for using Fix Ya.

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