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I've a Windows 10 computer and I would connect to my WiFi network from Telenet, but that's not possible. If I use an other device, the connection could be made with that network. If I try an other WiFi network on my computer, I could make a connection.

I've runnend the network checker. This are the issues:

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Translation here:

Problem solving is completed

Couldn't solve the found problems automatically. Below you could find more details.

Found problems:

  • ⛔️ Not solved: The settings for the wireless security on this computer doesn't match with the settings on 'telenet-5314E38'.
  • ⚠️ Established: A network cable isn't connected on the correct way or is possible damaged.

What must I do to solve this issue?

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    Try making your computer 'forget' about the network telenet-5314E38, then try connecting as though it were a new-to-your-computer network. If that doesn't work, you'll need to tell us more about the various WiFi-related settings on your computer, and on the network. – Jeff Zeitlin Jun 20 '17 at 11:41
  • @JeffZeitlin: It works by forgetting the network and connecting as a new network. – H. Pauwelyn Jun 20 '17 at 12:16
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    Which means that somehow the "remembered" settings and the network settings got mismatched - which is what the error message said - and doing the forget-and-reconnect set it up so that they match. – Jeff Zeitlin Jun 20 '17 at 12:58
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Wierd, I've tried what @jeff said ant it works.

Try making your computer 'forget' about the network telenet-5314E38, then try connecting as though it were a new-to-your-computer network

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