1. davisgu2012's Avatar
    Hello y'all,

    I'm using Windows 10 on my Asus Notebook, and I'm having difficulty connecting to a specific wifi network.

    The error began appearing a couple days ago. Originally I ignored it and just connected to another available wifi, but seeing that the current one is substantially slower than the one I used to use, I wish to resolve the issue.

    The wifi network I wish to connect to uses a login/password but I've connected to it many times before. However, now, when I click to connect, a message pops up, asking me to sign into "Windows Security". What account am I supposed to use to sign in?

    I've tried my microsoft account, but it still didn't allow me to connect.
    09-18-2017 11:18 PM
  2. IzzieStevens's Avatar
    Does your wifi network says " Limited connection" ????
    If that's the case then you can definitely need to reset your Modem setting through the IP which you are given to set your password in the first place. I had same problem this resolved my issue. You can also check you firewall settings Along with antivirus settings if you are using any?
    Or else you need to check your wifi card on you ASUS Notebook, as that can also create similar errors.
    I hope this helps.
    08-21-2018 12:39 PM

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