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Wifi help

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by Faisalmukhtarch, Feb 9, 2013.

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  1. Faisalmukhtarch

    Faisalmukhtarch Thread Starter

    Feb 9, 2013
    Hi guys, i am using windows 8 for long time almost after its release but never had any problem. Few hours ago i tried to create an ad hoc to make my laptop a hotspot everything went fine. I was able to create a ad hoc but there was no connectivity on the other laptop so i deleted the pc and put it on sleep, when i turned it back on i was unable to connect to any wifi. My laptop search all the wifi but when i puta right password or wrong it doesn't matter it just wait at verifying and connecting and then give me an error. Unable to connect on the network. Please help me out guys. Thanks
    I tried some dos commands and i think the ad hoc is still not deleted. I cant see that with other adapters.

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  2. drmacpccom


    Feb 22, 2013
    You should try to remove the network from your computer, and re-add the network for your computer, this may work to allow you to re-enter your password. Also, ensure your password is correct by logging into your router to see if your password is matching to the one you are entering. Most times we make this mistake and the computer will not accept a wrong password for the network and configure correctly. I hope this helps.
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