Starting last week when I try to connect to my SWISP or my WISP it tells me one or two of the following errors: The required user imput for wireless authentication with this network was not provided, or a time out error occur. The time out error comes up after
only 3-5 seconds searching for the internet. It sees both of my wireless networks. Other times it tells me that there is an error but windows can not repair it. I am at a university so I don't have access to my router, as it is a public router. My roommates
all have perfect connection to the wireless internet. They use Mac, Vista, and Linux. I have taken it into a tec place and they could not recreate the problem. In addition, other wireless networks outside the university work perfectly fine.
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