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I was so frustrated and had tried pretty much everything: restarting the wireless network, resetting the router, etc, etc! strassensaenger says: 6 years ago OMG >>>> Exactly the answer I needed! koolnoob says: 6 years ago Worked like a charm..Thamnks a million Mariam says: 6 years ago WOW! AMM says: 6 years ago Brilliant mate!

aaron littlejohn 246,076 views 3:34 How to connect Windows XP to your wireless network - Duration: 2:38. brassanon says: 6 years ago Thanks for the help. You're me hero, and I love you. I recently set up an older computer on our existing work network, but couldn't figure out why the connection kept cycling on and off. http://kb.netgear.es/app/answers/detail/a_id/7334/~/validation-and-certificate-errors-in-win-xp-and-vista

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psw says: 6 years ago Thanks! Highly appreciated!!! Grandpa Jack says: 7 years ago Excellent help -- I am now back on line!!! Keep posting the good things.

ket says: 7 years ago Thanks, you are great. cali says: 6 years ago Thanks so much, You're a genius =) mkit says: 6 years ago thx for the solution to my wireless woes! Smartpay New Zealand 831,311 views 2:46 windows was unable to find certificate to log you on to the network(fixed)..avi - Duration: 1:39. Windows Was Unable To Find A Certificate To Log You Onto The Network Dlink masjhkj says: 6 years ago Thank you.

sarah says: 5 years ago That box is checked but it's greyed out and I can't uncheck it.. Network Password Needs 40bits 104bits Error Please stop by regularly to see updated videos on everything from how to remove virus's to troubleshooting and configurations of advanced server functionalities. This fixed the problem instantaneously! and updating to the latest driver that did the trick!!!

However, on the first page of the advanced options I noticed there were two profiles for the same SSID and I deleted the unused one - and connected almost immediately after A Certificate Is Required To Connect To The Network Windows 7 Thanks! Thank you very much. Right click Wireless Network Connections and select Properties.

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God Bless, Sam. Thanks for posting..:)))) Keith says: 7 years ago Wunderbar! Unable To Find Certificate To Log On To Wireless Network Right click on Wireless network connection and then select Status. Windows Was Unable To Find A Certificate To Log You Onto The Network Netgear That was just what I needed.

They get the certificate error message. It helped me to solve my wireless connection problem. jgarcia67 says: 7 years ago Thank you so much. Make the change and then reconfigure. Windows Was Unable To Find A Certificate To Log You On To The Network Xp Sp2

samsrilanka says: 6 years ago GENIUS, PURE GENIUS!!! I've been pulling my hair out for two hours until I ran across your fix. My help desk couldn't even help me with this. Select Network and Sharing Center.

This really helped me! Limited Or No Connectivity GProv24 says: 7 years ago THANK YOU ASEEM!!! It's unchecked.

I had to go to the wireless router admin and "step down" the authentication protocol from the more advanced "WPA" to the more universal "WEP".

I followed your instruction and it fixed my computer's problem. I'm getting this error message, but that little box is already unchecked. Isn't Google a wonderful thing? :-) bigb says: 7 years ago Omg thanks so much! Windows Xp Limited Or No Connectivity Wireless Click Network Connections.

Thanks a lot. Stay thirsty, my friend. Reg says: 5 years ago Thanks a million bud, worked like a charm. Type the SSID, select the type of security and type the wireless password in the Security Key/Passphrase field.

aj says: 6 years ago Thanks Aseem! Thank you! edward says: 5 years ago Thank you very much your visual displays helps a lot. Joseph gg2000 says: 6 years ago Thank you a lot. :) It works.

Paula Said says: 7 years ago Thank you - your instructions worked like a charm! It worked ! tnx bLasTeR says: 7 years ago thanks man! It does help my laptop connect to the wireless network.

Select Properties once you locate the wireless network causing the error. I really didn't want to have to call Linksys so they could remote connect to my computer and just poke around on my PC, get into my files, and change settings I'm back online now! sridhar says: 6 years ago thanks a ton buddy, you saved a lot of my time… Frederik says: 6 years ago Thank you so much!!!