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Airport acting weird

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Before I added put on a password, I would be able to connect to my wireless network automatically. Now that I have one, I have manually turn it on and it says it has a problem connecting. When I click try again, it connects right away. I also told it to remember the password in the keychain.

Is there a way to make is that it connects automatically?
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