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nonowtatall

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I have just attached a router model ADDON NWR9500 then put the wep code in my daughters ipad touch it is working fine I then put it into my sons nintendo DSI that is working fine I then put the wep code into my laptop and it wont connect it says windows cannot find certification I have tried all sorts of things many times but no joy I am on xp pro sp3 the addon shows up on the screen i click it it goes through the motions says AUTOMATIC full power but still nothing I have even had it beside the router any ideas

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mgmcc

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Assuming you're using Windows XP and Windows' own "Wireless Zero Configuration" to manage the wireless networking...

Go into the Network Connections folder, right click the Wireless Network Connection and select properties. In the Properties sheet that opens, select the Wireless Networks tab. Highlight your wireless network and click the Properties button.

In the next Properties sheet that opens, select the Authentication tab and untick the box "Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network". Click OK back through all open dialog boxes.

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nonowtatall

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hi mgmcc
not sure if i am on windows zero comfiguration but i cannot find the folder but my daughter had her WII on and connected to the internet with the wep code so why wont my laptop does this throw any light on the subject

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mgmcc

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Open the Services window ("Start > Run", type SERVICES.MSC and click OK), scroll down to the entry for Wireless Zero Configuration and double click it to open its Properties sheet. Make sure the service is "Started" and that its Startup Type is set to "Automatic". Click OK and then close the Services window. Now follow my previous instructions.

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nonowtatall

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hi mgmcc
did that opened the services all is set to started and automatic but where is the network connections folder all i can find is wireless wizard etc and the other one network connections and that says connected cannot find properties

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mgmcc

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>>> ...but where is the network connections folder

It is one of the applets in Control Panel.

Alternatively, go to "Start > Run", type NCPA.CPL and click OK which will open it.

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nonowtatall

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sorry but i have opened the connections folder a few times not realising what i was looking for and i am still looking for wirless connection and its properties all i find are the connection manager then internet gateway which is working then lan or high speed then personal area network i have opend these and looked at the properties and there is nothing relating to what you say
before i go any further i am working on my main desk computer do you think i have been doing the wrong thing and should be on the laptop looking at the config on there please help

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mgmcc

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As it isn't possible to post screenshots in these forums, I have uploaded a Word document with screenshots to guide you through the steps to disable 802.1x authentication. click here

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nonowtatall

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many thanks MGMCC every thing is now working and it was so simple just undo the tick in the box amazing why cant they have it built into the programme to explain it

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