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Vista asks for user and password for my wep secured network

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David Firestorm

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Hi, the title pretty much sums it up for some reason everytime I try to connect to my home network, in my HP Pavilion dv2000 which runs on vista, it asks for additional log on information. I says that I need to enter a certificate or a username and pasword to connect to the network. I can't enter the wep network key because I'm asked for this info before hand.

Info it asks for:

User name, Password and Logon domain

My router is a Airlink101 AR340W

Thanks for all the help,

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You can try reinstalling the software for your router.
While your request may be legitimate, we can not help you by pass a password.
There are many people who could use this information in a not legal manner.
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