Windows unable to find certificate in D-link

 Chris -

I have removed all other wireless names from my labtop, but still I am getting the same message. Is this has to do with network key or its still the windows problem

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Thursday September 18, 2008
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May 11, 2009
Yes you should re enter all the network key to your wifi network profiles
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The problem arises in Windows XP while trying to connect to a secured network, often on a D-link router.

While trying to connect a new computer wirelessly, an error comes up stating that "Windows was unable to find a certificate to log you onto the network (Network name here).

Here's how to fix it if it is WEP encryption...

Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Communications -> Network Connections -> Right-click your Connection and select Properties -> Click on the Authentication tab -> Disable / uncheck the option IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network. Now, try to connect to your Wireless network; are you able to? (Note: you may need to restart the computer.)
I am consequently asked to enter the network password in hexadecimal characters, while my password is in normal letters and numbers. How to convert?