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KMAZ34 says: 6 years ago Very nicely done. This feature is not available right now. Michael Appriciated says: 5 years ago Thanks a million….Really appriciate your help.. :-) jaybaby says: 5 years ago Thank you thank you thank you!!!! After I read the article again, it struck me… and thus when validating my identity, I unchecked that certificate box and voila! Check This Out

Please try the request again. Finally got it working on my net book. Thank you in advance. The Netgear documentation team values your feedback, but you will not receive a response. http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/7334/~/validation-and-certificate-errors-in-win-xp-and-vista

delfy says: 6 years ago Thanks, problem solved! :) shendrew says: 6 years ago Awesome!! Loading... You made it very easy to follow and it worked perfectly. Bonnie says: 6 years ago Thank you!

  1. Was able to connect to the wireless network perfectly fine after unchecking that box!
  2. I had the exact issue - laptop connected to new wireless router just fine but desktop would not.
  3. Reddy says: 6 years ago It worked perfectly thanks for your help Won1der says: 6 years ago Thank YOU, Thank YOU, Thank YOU!!!
  4. It worked for me too.
  5. What do I do in this scenario?
  6. ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed.

I had to switch to Auto WPA + WPA2 mode to fix it… mdyck says: 6 years ago Thanks so much. Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS I do not have this problem at work or if I go to a store where there is wireless. I was pulling out my hair!

Thank you so very much. Advertisement Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. Thanks a lot. grannyfree says: 6 years ago Thanks a lot.

Step 2 Double-click Network Connections in the new window. It was like a hot knife through butter - done in a jiffy! LGMDog says: 7 years ago THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! Thanks!

This worked perfect!!! Michael says: 7 years ago Thanks. I really didn't want to have to call Linksys so they could remote connect to my computer and just poke around on my PC, get into my files, and change settings Does anyone know how to resolve the issue with Vista?

Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... http://devstude.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-wireless-connection-certificate-error.php Right-click the wireless network that is not connected, and then click Properties. Thank YOU!! Your instructions were incredibly clear & worked like a charm.

thanks much for getting my wireless network working again.. Thanks! This really helped me and saved my time! this contact form Thank you very much!

Should I uncheck this box also? Select the Start this connection Automatically and Connect even if the network is not broadcasting check boxes. They get the certificate error message.

DEVICE MANAGER 667,387 views 4:01 Windows was unable to find a certificate to log you on to the network - Duration: 0:59.

Once the error is fixed, Windows can automatically log you onto the network. Now I can connect to the wireless network! Great help! You saved me a huge huge headache!!

I was racking my brain. masjhkj says: 6 years ago Thank you. Not very exciting, eh? navigate here The screen shots helped tremendously.

It solved my problem. Joshua Mormann says: 7 years ago Thank you! OS: Win XP Network adapter: Intel Pro Wireles 3945ABG net WPA-PSK / AES Bess says: 7 years ago Terrific help! Thanks!!!

aj says: 6 years ago Thanks Aseem! I bought a new netbook and this was the error. Rob2891 says: 7 years ago When i went to "authentication" mine was already checked off and the certificate error is still happening? They had it somehow authenticating the user forever.

Google sniffed it and put it elegantly on top of my search. c lee says: 5 years ago Wow, thanks a bunch….have been trying forever to get around this error message. I spent 2 nights trying to figure this one out. mook says: 6 years ago Just adding to the multitude of thanks.

Jamie says: 7 years ago Thank you SO much for this. Restart the computer. Randy says: 7 years ago This helped a lot, after our Linksys 802.11b Access point/ router died today and we went and installed an 802.11g version. LOL…..

many thanks bro! This fixed it in a millisecond! It works. You are a life saver!!!

super_negra says: 6 years ago Thank you very much…It has been so frustrating for me to find a solution. Z7_3054ICK0KGTE30AQO5O3KA30H5 hp-country-locator-portlet Actions ${title} Loading... Right-click the Wireless network connections icon, and then select Properties. All is fine now.