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Trying to get my router to work with2 nd computer.


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#1 JCII

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Posted 03 July 2009 - 01:21 PM

I bought a Belkin router and set up my Lenovo computer using Vista to work with it. The main desktop computer plugs in to the router and works fine it is XP. When I try to use my other laptop computer with XP with a wireless card it sees the rounter and connects but has a message that a certificate is needed. The router has a password that I put. It says something about the name of my network which is Jeff-PC and no certificate.

How do I tell the XP laptop to work with this rounter. Is it a setting in the router. Or is there a certificate I have to add to the computer. Or is there some setting on the XP computer to make it work.

Network Problem.

Any help would be greatly welcomed.

Thank you,

Jeff

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Posted 14 July 2009 - 09:16 AM

Surf into the router and check the Wireless Security. Perhaps you have WEP or WPA turned on.

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Posted 15 July 2009 - 01:46 AM

When does it say that you need a certificate? Do you actually connect to the wireless network?

Do you get an IP? To check go to start - run - type cmd and press enter - type ipconfig and press enter

Try pinging the router (default gateway under ipconfig)




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