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Network Authentication - Problems

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#1 andy_is_awesome


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Posted 16 August 2010 - 12:10 AM

I had a friend upgrade my AMD Turion64 to windows 7 and now when i try to connect to my wireless internet, it gives a pop up stating: Windows Security: Network Authentication: Please input the user credentials.

I input my administrator info and connection fails. I read a few self-helps online and tried to change my security type from WEP to WPA2-personal, but got an error saying security types didn't match. So I tried to change back and couldn't get WEP. I Changed back to 802.1x - WEP. I still get no WIFI. Network Authentication stopped popping up, but still can't connect.

Any Geniuses out there

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#2 NpaMA


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Posted 16 August 2010 - 11:49 AM

Try it without any security, once you get that working turn security(I recommend WPA, as WEP can be hacked really quick) back on.

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