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mielydie says: 5 years ago Thanks a lot ! Omar929 says: 7 years ago Thanks a lot:) this did the trick. As a test, you could try either moving the router closer to the computer or, I know it's a pain, temporarily move the computer closer to the router and see what Tom says: 5 years ago Thank you. my review here

Thanks VERY much! Cheers. Now I can connect to the wireless network! Connected to my wireless network again!

Works fine. Cameron says: 6 years ago Thank you! koolnoob says: 6 years ago Worked like a charm..Thamnks a million Mariam says: 6 years ago WOW! Once again, thanks so much!!

This solved my connection problem. Starrlina001 says: 7 years ago Thank you!!!!! this is awesome. Thanks so much for sharing this valuable information :-) Thanks Sai CreativeYankee says: 5 years ago Excellent.

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Just not able to connect with the 3 devices. Kristin says: 5 years ago You are brilliant!!! GProv24 says: 7 years ago THANK YOU ASEEM!!! RAM says: 6 years ago Thanks a lot, my issue got resolved with your solution.

Thanks again!! Advanced remote support tools are used to fix issues on any of your devices. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. mike says: 7 years ago Thanks mate worked perfectly wotawoman says: 7 years ago Thank you so much.

To remove preferred networks on Windows XP Operating System: Click Windows Start button then go to Control Panel Double click Network Connections icon Right click Wireless network connection icon and select this page Now click on the Wireless Networks tab and select the network in the list at the bottom. Thanks. Thank you!!

With NETGEAR's round-the-clock premium support, help is just a phone call away. edward says: 5 years ago Thank you very much your visual displays helps a lot. If you can connect with a dongle, then your wireless card is probably deceased. get redirected here I do not have this problem at work or if I go to a store where there is wireless.

Fahim says: 5 years ago GREAT! Vineet says: 6 years ago Thanks mate. All other computers worked fine in my environment.

Hours of frustration have ended! :-D xhong says: 7 years ago Excellent!

jweb says: 8 years ago Work perfectly!!Thankyou!!! Felicity says: 6 years ago Very easy and wonderful instructions with easy to follow screenshots so even a dummy like me could easily resolve my certificate issue! That said, great info…. I have tried/attempted various setting changes but still getting the error… Susan says: 5 years ago thank you so very much!

Thank you so much, this took me a week to fix. Raghav says: 5 years ago This helped in win xp. Register now! useful reference Start a New Discussion New to the community?

However, when I load Internet Explorer it still comes up with the "The page cannot be displayed" page. Macboatmaster replied Dec 23, 2016 at 7:00 AM Adobe Flash Player Download... I do have the network key for the workplace router, but can't get to the point where I need to enter it. Pretend you are speaking to a 2nd grader.