Windows 10: Secured, can’t connect to this network

Discus and support Secured, can’t connect to this network in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; I was suing my pc yesterday, and all of a sudden my PCs connection to my wifi switched and said “secured, can’t connect to this network”. (My internet... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/theMcAly12, Jan 23, 2021.

  1. Secured, can’t connect to this network


    I was suing my pc yesterday, and all of a sudden my PCs connection to my wifi switched and said “secured, can’t connect to this network”. (My internet is internode and my wifi adapter is d-link DWA-182 wireless USB). Then today I turned it on, same message was coming up when I tried to connect, then after about half an hour, my pc connected again, and I got about 10 minutes of wifi before it switched to “secured, can’t connect” again. I’ve tried all the fixes that articles suggest like restarting your pc, turning off the router and turning it back on, forgetting the network, uninstalling my wifi adapter and restarting the computer.

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    /u/theMcAly12, Jan 23, 2021
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  2. Losing network connection

    Hello Dear, if you have a laptop or a PC with a wireless network adapter, you can see a list of available wireless networks and then connect to one of those networks. The wireless networks will only appear if your PC has a wireless network adapter installed, the adapter is turned on, and the wireless access point is in range.

    1. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Network and Internet Connections, and then click Network Connections.

    2. In the left pane, under Network Tasks, click View available wireless networks.
    In case, If you don't see the network you want to connect to, click Refresh network list. If you see the network but the signal is weak, move the PC closer to the wireless router.

    3. Click the network you want to connect to, and then click Connect.

    4. If you're connecting to a secure network, type the security key, and then click OK.

    I Hope you solve out your query soon.
     
    martinkaren77, Jan 23, 2021
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  3. Mel Tar Win User
    No network connection

    Hello Graham,

    To resolve your concern about wireless network issues, please click the link below and follow the suggested troubleshooting steps:

    Let us know how it goes.
     
    Mel Tar, Jan 23, 2021
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  4. d44ve Win User

    Secured, can’t connect to this network

    network security

    Netgear Wireless Router Setup and Security
    The use of wireless routers and access points is allowed on the Lycoming College Resnet. If you do plan on setting up a wireless router it is your responsibility to properly configure and secure your wireless router for both your own personal privacy and overall network stability. On this page you will find instructions on how to properly setup your wireless router.


    Netgear WGR614 54Mbps Wireless Router
    Begin setup of your Netgear Wireless Router by first reading the instructions in the included manual, and following their guidelines for plugging in and initializing the access point. The first few steps in this guide should coincide with the information found in the manual, however we will follow up with important information on how to secure your wireless access point.
    After powering up the router, use an ethernet cable to connect your computer to one of the ports on it marked 1 through 4. Next open a web browser window on the connected computer and type http://192.168.1.1 into the address bar and press enter. This will take you to the Netgear Smart Wizard welcome page, click OK to begin the configuration. The router will attempt to detect the type of connection you have and the next message you receive should be Dynamic IP (DHCP) Detected, click Next once you see this.
    Next you will enable the wireless capability of your router. In the dropdown box for the region where you are located select United States from the list. On this screen you should also change the Wireless Network Name (SSID) from its default value to something unique so that your Base Station will not be confused with another. Click Next.
    You should now see a message confirming that your connection is working and wireless is enabled. However, your are not secured yet. Read the notes and click Done. Then direct your browser to Router Login to continue the configuration. A window will pop up prompting you for your login and password, enter admin for the username and password for the password, then click OK.


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    Accessing the router settings through a web browser.



    Once you have logged in you will see the main configuration page (shown above). Now click on the Wireless Settings at the left of the page. In order to password protect your wireless network select the WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) option under the Security Options and then under the Security Encryption (WEP) section that appears, select 128 bit next to Encryption Strength. Choose a password between 6 and 8 characters and type it into the Passphrase box under the Security Encryption (WEP) Key heading. Then click Generate. Finally click Apply. You may also select WPA encryption, however not all network cards support this, so check your documentation first.
    Next look for the Advanced section heading on the left side of the page and click on this Wireless Settings section. Disable the SSID broadcast option by unchecking the second box in this section and then click on the Setup Access List button.
    On this page (seen below) check the box to Turn Access Control On and click on the Apply button to save this setting.
    Now click on the Add button, this will display a Wireless Card Entry heading. This is where you will choose a name and enter a MAC Address, also known as Physical Address, for each computer that you will be using to connect to your wireless network. If you don't know how to get this information follow the steps here. Once you have finished, click the Apply button.


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    Creating an Access Control List will prevent unauthorized computers from using your connection.


    Finally click on the Set Password link on the left of the page under the Maintenance heading. Change the default password for accessing your wireless router setup pages by first typing the old one, password, into the appropriate field and then entering a new one into the New Password field and confirming it. This should be a different password than the one you setup for WEP encryption, but should also be at least 6 to 8 characters in length. Click the Apply button.


    Your Netgear Wireless Router is now secure.
     
    d44ve, Jan 23, 2021
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