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I cannot connect wi-fi it said pasword incorrect but it is correct

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January 16, 2014 7:53:12 PM

Hi,
I have a dir815 d-link router and a window7 ultimate. I cannot connect with the router without pressing the synch button on the aide of the router. I succes to connect all my other device ( ipod, iphone, xbox, ps3 ect)

When i tried to put the password, it send me to another window and ask me again or to press on the synch button. When i tried to put it again it said it the incorrect password. I have my setting wpa2 personal AES security. I already spoke with 3 d-link tech, no one found the probleme. I already try to create in the manage wireless network a network with the same name, but it said the systeme dont have the requirement. As you can see i tried a lot of thing so who gonna be able to help me i get to be better than a d-link tech??
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January 16, 2014 8:33:26 PM

are you using dlink's configuration software?

if so, disable it and use windows' wireless configuration software and see if it still happens.
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January 16, 2014 9:04:49 PM

Weist said:
Hi,
I have a dir815 d-link router and a window7 ultimate. I cannot connect with the router without pressing the synch button on the aide of the router. I succes to connect all my other device ( ipod, iphone, xbox, ps3 ect)

When i tried to put the password, it send me to another window and ask me again or to press on the synch button. When i tried to put it again it said it the incorrect password. I have my setting wpa2 personal AES security. I already spoke with 3 d-link tech, no one found the probleme. I already try to create in the manage wireless network a network with the same name, but it said the systeme dont have the requirement. As you can see i tried a lot of thing so who gonna be able to help me i get to be better than a d-link tech??


jbseven said:
are you using dlink's configuration software?

if so, disable it and use windows' wireless configuration software and see if it still happens.


How i do that ( sorry i'm not an expert) but I have tried on a laptop with window 7 too and it work so it really the computer. i tried to put 802.11n in the dlink setting (cause it the network card i have) and nothing change
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January 16, 2014 9:20:08 PM

Hey,

I just had a couple of questions
1st : Are you using built in wireless or a USB stick for that computer?
2nd: Are you using a 3rd party program to connect to your wireless ( Example: DLink, Cisco, etc.. anything except Windows Wireless Configuration Software )

If you could answer those i'm pretty sure i'd be able to help




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January 16, 2014 9:27:48 PM

J-Mello said:
Hey,

I just had a couple of questions
1st : Are you using built in wireless or a USB stick for that computer?
2nd: Are you using a 3rd party program to connect to your wireless ( Example: DLink, Cisco, etc.. anything except Windows Wireless Configuration Software )

If you could answer those i'm pretty sure i'd be able to help






It not a usb card for sure pretty sure it a build in. For the configuration you mean when i install it? I ask thos question because this computer it not the main computer so i did not install the router on it. I'll ask because i did not make the installation myself but i'm pretty she used the cd or the instruction it have in the box if thaht could help!
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a b $ Windows 7
January 16, 2014 9:29:59 PM

How do you connect to your internet?

Do you use a program called D Link or do you use windows network manager
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