Solved wireless disable from security enabled

December 15, 2012 at 06:42:11
Specs: Windows Vista
each time i log on i have to enter a password for my wireless connection how do i disable this feature

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December 15, 2012 at 13:12:20
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You may have forgotten to "save" the wireless key (password) the first time you set up that connection. The first time you set it up and when it connects, a box pops up with two boxes to tick to save the connection. Windows then remembers the wireless key.

Delete that Network connection in Windows Networking & Sharing Center.
Bring up the list of available networks and click on your router's SSID.
Enter the wireless key (what you incorrectly call the password).
When it connects successfully you should get a prompt to "Save".

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