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Hi, I recentry changed my home network connection.  All of my laptops are working and connected to the internet.  I just tried to use my iPad, and went to Wi-Fi>my new network name shows up with a lock on it> clicked on it>and instead of asking me for a password, it says; "Unable to join the network .  .  .  .", Dismiss.

I thought all I would have to do is to put the password in but it doesn't give me that option.  Can someone enlighten me please?
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When you see the network, press the i button next to it.  Then select Forget Network.  Then try again.
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Worked perfect.  Many thanks.
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