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Wireless Network Security Settings

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I use a desktop computer with Windows Vista, Linksys Wireless G Broadband Router (WRT54G), and a cable modem for my wireless internet connection. I can no longer connect wirelessly. My network is listed as available, but the message is "Settings saved on this computer do not match the requirements of the network." And later a different message appeared: "Wireless network security key not correct." I checked my linksys router webpage and the security mode and the WPA Algorithm settings are the same for the router and the network. Perhaps the Shared Key is different? If so, I do not know how to check it. Any suggestions?

I appreciate your help.

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