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LOL….. DON'T BOTHER WITH LINUX! What's the difference between GMT+01:00 Amsterdam and GMT+01:00 Brussels? slipknotfan says: 6 years ago Didn't work for me. Source

Vineet says: 7 years ago Thanks mate. Suggestions that I have gotten that may be of help from this thread. *Take MB battery out to clear Bios *Take HD off system and see if it is recognized by Your solution was dead on. If this doesn't work, go back and get a few more good drinks because your scenario is worse than mine was and I don't know what to tell you.

Wireless Capability Is Turned Off

Scott says: 6 years ago Thanks, this solved my issue!! Keep posting the good things. Richard Barr says: 7 years ago Thank you so very much! I was pulling out my hair!

Thank you. Also, try a different cable in case there is a problem with the cable. My laptop that I first used to connect everything gets the certificate message, but I'm still able to log on. Asus Thank you for posting this!!!

I am using Windows XP, and this is not a password issue - I know the password, it's just that I have no idea where to enter it, etc. Any ideas? Thanks. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-18121-computer-will-not-load-past-welcome-screen Worked perfectly!!!

I think the mobo is about 4 years old. I roll back driver from Device Manager. Then attach usb to phone and windows (I havewindows 8.1) then on pc it has to appear what to do with the device. I'm the friend "who knows computers." The machine's symptoms were boot to welcome screen (where user selects profile).

  1. I'm still get the same thing.
  2. Read List Article How to Adjust the Screen Resolution Setting in Windows XP Read Article List 10 Free Standalone Firewall Programs Read List Article How to Locate an Onboard Wireless Adapter
  3. Thanks a lot.
  4. it works.
  5. Easy fix.

Windows 10 Can't Connect To This Network

If this doesn't work, you can try uninstalling your network card completely. http://helpdeskgeek.com/how-to/windows-was-unable-to-find-a-certificate-to-log-you-on-to-the-network/ Email Password Log In Forgot your password? Wireless Capability Is Turned Off Even traded in linksys for a belkin router, thinking a "N router" might work better, but same results. Tp Link Thank you!

Not a lot of exaggeration here: You just saved my life! this contact form I you keep after it and figure something out. This fixed my wireless problem! I had a connection before, but it was annoying, because it kept searching for the certificate. Dell Support

Great help! How many cores can I use with my license? So I bought a new 'puter. http://upxpress.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-wont-boot-hangs-at-login-screen.php Take a look at how the other computers connect to your wireless network.

I took my HD out and brought it over to a friends house and did a full scan. Drake Walker says: 7 years ago Thanks for posting this! It shows the desktop but with no icons, then goes to "Welcome" screen and then shows the user accounts. (Which is unusual as the pc does not usually require login).

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Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Windows took over from there, resetting my wireless adapter and updating my IP address. What a great way to end off a Monday and it wouldn't have been possible without you… cyril says: 7 years ago Fantastic…perfect…. Parag Nabar says: 6 years ago Thanks dude.

Drop in and post so we know what you discovered. THIS WORKS!!! Fadzrul says: 6 years ago This helped me & a thousand people on the net!! http://upxpress.net/windows-xp/windows-xp-login-error.php newby says: 7 years ago THANK YOU!

Treena says: 6 years ago Thanks so much. Help?!? Dennis says: 7 years ago Thank you guys it works!!! Even without major changes, Wireless & Network Drivers update all the time and you should make sure you are always running the updated version.

Leave a comment Helpful +35 Report hanees 14Posts Sunday February 24, 2008Registration date June 1, 2009 Last seen Aug 5, 2008 at 04:24 AM Hello, It often happens that some computers tnx bLasTeR says: 7 years ago thanks man! RhoLang says: 7 years ago Awesome. Jcrew says: 7 years ago sir, a scholar and a gent… Serge says: 7 years ago Excellent tip!!!

RF says: 7 years ago I don't even like to post things on sites that require registration because I just feel like a tool when I do. I remove the drive and plugged it into another pc as a slave HDD that was also running XP. windypoo says: 7 years ago You guys are awesome! Cheers!!

It was the hard drive. etaf replied Mar 18, 2017 at 3:16 AM Email address change etaf replied Mar 18, 2017 at 3:00 AM PC stuck at boot Grizraz replied Mar 18, 2017 at 2:50 AM We could also use more info on your system--make, model, vintage, number of drives..but especially any hardware you've changed- The Hound, Jul 6, 2007 #6 Fetch_Man Thread Starter Joined: Jul Thank you very much!

this is awesome. Once you click on the user account it quickly shows "loggin on" and the immediately switches to "logging off". Sign up now.