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Please check the Service Pack of your laptop to see whether it’s SP1 、 SP2 or SP3 ( Click on Start, find my computer, right click on my computer and choose properties) SP1 can support WEP ony; SP2 can support WEP 、 WPA-PSK(WPA-personal); SP3 can support WEP 、 WPA-PSK ( WPA-personal ) 、 WPA2-PSK ( WPA2-personal ) Please make sure of the SP version of your laptop and set the corresponding security type. Once connected to the wifi, it shows “Validating identity” ( Windows cannot find a certificate to log you on the network ) Please try to cancel the authentication by click Here 4. Try to change your SSID and channel on the router’s configuration page.

It shows “acquiring network address” after you entering the security key, later shows “limited or no connectivity” Please try bellowing one by one: a. For Windows Vista & 7: Please be awared that Vista has some compatibility issue with different security type, once you meet the connection problem with vista, it is highly recommended to try other laptops with different operating system, such as win xp or win 7. When try to connect the ssid, it shows “Windows was unable to connect to the XXX network” a.

I was on the internet using a wireless hookup, then im not on the internet and its telling me its trying to "Validate Identity" I don't know what this means or what it needs to Validate and or who's or whats Identity?

I just installed a new Linksys ADSL modem/router at home.

On installation, my sons (Vista) machine connected instantly and is running like the clappers. Sly Even if this was working before (on two machines simultaneously?

This article will help you fix the validation and certificate errors in Windows XP and Vista, every time you connect to your NETGEAR router.

Symptoms: After entering the correct network or passphrase for a wireless connection, you see one of the following: To avoid these error messages, you need to manually create or add a wireless network profile.

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