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Logging on to WinXP home network--certificate validation?

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Hi Folks,
I bought a laptop from a friend and the laptop is running WinXP. I added my secure home network to the laptop and entered the password. The laptop sees the network but says "cannot find a certificate card to log on" and then will not connect--just continually says "validating identity" but never connects successfully.

Any ideas?

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Donna
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Hey Donna. I see you accepted my answer. Was it complete? Meaning did the steps listed resolve the issue?
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