Wireless Networking Setup And Issues

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This article addresses common problems with wireless networks sorted by the type of symptoms you are experiencing.

Symptoms:

– Unable to connect to wireless due to forgotten wireless password

– Failed to authenticate due to wrong password

– Can’t find or remember the wireless network name or SSID

– Can’t connect to my wireless network

For possible resolutions, please see one of the following:

Symptoms:

– Unable to see the router’s wireless network

– Wireless network is not detected

– Can’t see my router SSID

– Having problems enabling the wireless radio

For possible resolutions, please see the following:

Symptoms:

– Can’t add a device to my wireless network

For possible resolutions, please see the following:

Symptoms:

– Validation and Certificate error with Windows XP/Vista

– Unable to attain maximum wireless speed using a NETGEAR USB wireless adapter

For possible resolutions, please see the following:

Symptoms:

– Having trouble removing a network profile

– Having trouble adding a wireless network profile

– Unable to connect wirelessly after changing wireless password

For possible resolutions, please see the following:

Symptoms:

– Your wireless network is not secure

For possible resolutions, please see the following:

Symptoms:

– Low wireless signal

– Short wireless range

– Intermittent wireless connection

For possible resolutions, please see the following: