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Windows XP cant find my certificate? to my network

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I got this repeating message, unable to find a certificate to the wireless network!
I have no certificate and never did! My newer laptop w/7 is fine on the same wireless network!
I read a million storys all saying to uncheck the 802 ieeeee blah blah, Well i did and it was not checked!!!
so i checked it, still no go, I tried restoring the computer and still no go, some bizzare certificate that everybody has issues with yet no answers to online! it says allow to share a connection and allow another to control etc, WTH I spent 5 hours getting nowhere reading 500 posts that all say nothing helpful!

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Welcome to GeekstoGo

Our ability to try and help will be enhanced if you can please tell us the make and model of the computer if branded.
Is it a wireless card inside then laptop OR a USB wireless.
If the latter what is the make and model of that.
What is managing the wireless connection - Windows - on Wireless Zero
Are you connecting to a router and if so who is your ISP -
What Operating system = XP I presume.

How long has the problem been occurring.
Do you have to use a wirless key to make the connection.
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