Ever since I rebooted, I haven't been able to get it reconnected.
Essentially it says it connected but it isn't connected.
One day, when my friend came over, she connected to it with her laptop (a lenovo T61 with Intel 82566MM Gigabit network connection) and at the moment she connected to my network, I got kicked off of the connection on my Dell.
Ever since then, which was about 3 weeks ago, I have been unable to connect to my wireless connection with my dell.
Router - Netgear WNR1000v2 (supplied by Comcast) Modem - RCA - DCM 325 (Also supplied by Comcast) Window XP Pro w/SP3 Security - WPA-PSK I'm getting in no special order a "validating identity" or "authorization failed" or "unable to find a certificate to log you onto the network" or "limited or no connectivity...." I have removed the check in front of the enable box in the Authorization Tab.
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Also, my little wireless icon at the bottom right has that gold colored plus sign going back and forth and the status when I put my cursor over it says "validating identity". I googled around and found other routers that had the same issue.
Your personal information will determine your specific identity and this will be used to contact you or locate you.I tried calling comcast and netgear and they were unable to come up with a solution.I tried reinstalling the netgear router, deleting the network on my computer, and other solutions that came to mind but none of them work and I still can't connect.If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.Sorry for the redundancy in the title, but i couldn't think of a better way to phrase my problem.