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Wireless network problems

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#1 1lileva


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Posted 01 June 2010 - 03:47 AM

I have a PC and a laptop that are sharing a network with 3 other computers elsewhere. Everything was great until Sat.5-28-10 when I tried to connect to the internet; completely forgetting about not being able to acces the internet from that location. So I created a new network (temperelally) to access internet from that location. I created a new public network (our's is private) I must have made changes to my belkin 54g router because since then I can't connet to the internet on my laptop. Now I receive a message stating that the settings save on the laptop do not match the requirements of the network.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!!


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#2 certifiedgeek


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Posted 01 June 2010 - 09:45 PM

Hi 1lileva,

Sounds like you might have the wrong key entered into the computer. Can you connect the computer using a cable and connect OK?

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