Help connecting win7 to internet using wpa2-personal

New installation, new computer, connects to open networks in the store. When I try to connect to my home network via wireless, it "sees" the SSID in the connections list, but will not connect after I enter the correct passphrase. The troubleshooter says that the network is "hidden" but it clearly sees the network since it appears in the list. I set the preferences to connect to this network even if it is not in a list. Still does not connect. (This is from another computer on that network.)
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  2. dickcaro said:
    New installation, new computer, connects to open networks in the store. When I try to connect to my home network via wireless, it "sees" the SSID in the connections list, but will not connect after I enter the correct passphrase. The troubleshooter says that the network is "hidden" but it clearly sees the network since it appears in the list. I set the preferences to connect to this network even if it is not in a list. Still does not connect. (This is from another computer on that network.)


    More information: I have now connected to my network, without any help. I was using WEP to protect the network, as I have been for months. That's when it didn't connect. I switched the router to WPA2 protocol, and it too failed to connect. Only when I switched Win7 to WPA2-mixed did it work. However, my Win/XP computer fails to join the network now even after switching to WPA2 protocol. Thanks Mr. Microsoft for making internet connection a constant maze.

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