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I have an airport card in my G4, and every time I go into sleep mode a window pop's up and tells my that the password for my prefered airport card is wrong.
I have to manually turn off my airport card to go into sleep mode, I also have to manually turn it back on, at which it tells me the the password is wrong. All i have to do is pick my network from hte drop down munu at the top of the screen and its all good. I have had to make a new network in the past os the only thing i can think of is that the card is looking for the old networks password as a default.
So to make a long question short........How can i make my airport card recognize my network current network as a default?
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I have an airport card in my G4, and every time I go into sleep mode a window pop's up and tells my that the password for my prefered airport card is wrong.
I have to manually turn off my airport card to go into sleep mode, I also have to manually turn it back on, at which it tells me the the password is wrong. All i have to do is pick my network from hte drop down munu at the top of the screen and its all good. I have had to make a new network in the past os the only thing i can think of is that the card is looking for the old networks password as a default.
So to make a long question short........How can i make my airport card recognize my network current network as a default?
In the "Network" pane of "System Preferences", you should be able to select which network you want the machine to join.

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