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Author: Subject: Ex-PEE Wireless Network woes
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[*] Post 473615 posted on 10-6-2013 at 11:36 Reply With Quote
Ex-PEE Wireless Network woes



Just reloaded an old ASUS machine to system defaults. Now I cannot log onto my home wireless network.

I've Tried all I can think of and Windoze still tells me that it cannot find a certificate to log on. Heck, I even tried to copy the settings from my windoze7 lappy via a usb key as per windoze instructions and it still didn't want to know it? What has gone wrong? BTW 802.11 authentication is off.
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[*] Post 473638 posted on 11-6-2013 at 12:31 Reply With Quote


Found it!!! After nearly two days of trolling the 'net and asking you lot for help [wry grin] I found that I was trying to log on using WPA-PSK authentication and not WPA2-PSK, I missed that minor point as Service pack 2 of exPee did not include it. When I finally twigged, the problem was to drag service pack 3 out of the archives and install it. I was hoping that I could have just downloaded the appropriate patches from windoze update, but, of course, could not! Anyway problem solved!
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