leonard j December 15, 2009 at 14:28:25 Specs: Windows 7 Home Premium, Celeron/ 2GB
I am trying to connect to the Internet using a wireless connection out in the middle of nowhere. I can't even check for a public access point because the computer is asking for a network security key when I click on the wireless adapter icon. I just installed Easy WiFi Radar to check for any public access points, but it thinks there aren't any wireless network adapters on my computer, probably because I haven't figured out how to configure it and set it up. This is a brand new bare minimum MultiMedia Laptop computer. Where do I get a Network Security Key?? or neutralize this setting????/ requirement (if that is safe to do)
Yep, the reason for asking security key for connecting to access point is only authorized user that knows the key is allowed to connect, this is one of the methods to secure wireless network. If you know the access point owner, check with them about the key..
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