Attempting to authenticate - unable to get wireless back on

I tried changing my wireless settings from wpa2 to wpa, but it wouldn't allow me to connect. I made the change in settings because I read somewhere that it would allow you to connect your blackberry (seems like I followed some stupid advice). So yeah, I changed the wireless settings back to what they were, reset the router, but now the wireless sign doesn't even light up on my belkin router and it always says 'unable to connect to the network'. Something about 'attempting to authenticate'? Driving me mad, desperate for a soultion. thanks.
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  1. you might have reset the router to manufacturer default.

    log in and double check the settings and passkey.


    what OS are you using?
  2. Emerald said:
    you might have reset the router to manufacturer default.

    log in and double check the settings and passkey.


    what OS are you using?


    ok, well I'll probably do that then. Thanks.


    I'm using windows 7.
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