|Sorry for taking so long for a followup. I was dealing with going to Texas for graduation, family things, girlfriend things, work things, project things, Christmas things...everything but computer things.|
I was wrong, I am using WPA-2.
The reason I want this computer to even work with router security is that my son will be taking it to Air Force Tech School for personal use in his free time. I'm not positive, just assuming, that when he pays for internet access, it will be secured somehow. We, too, live in a rural area, but I just feel better having my network a little harder to get into.
Now back to the problem I was having, it resolved itself somehow(magically??)...until just before I posted this. Once again, I just had to disable/re-enable. Sigh, I think I'll just let it go and hope it is something in my router end.
OLDISGOOD, I do thank you for your time and knowledge.