Wireless connection, the following dialog box appears when you enter a password: "The network password must be 40-bit or 104-bit."
First, if WEP encryption is set up in the wireless router, the above dialog box appears because the password you entered does not meet your requirements, please confirm your secret
WEP encryption methods in wireless routers each key type requires the number of key characters:
64-bit key: 5 ASCII characters, 10 hexadecimal characters
128-bit key: 13 ASCII characters, 26 hexadecimal characters
152-bit key: 16 ASCII characters, 32 hexadecimal characters
Second, if the router is set to WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryption, this situation is most likely to be the system does not support this encryption method
Check to see if the system supports this encryption: select "Associate" in wireless network properties and see if your system is supported in network authentication
The encryption method that is set in the router.
If the network authentication method set in the wireless router is not in the red box above, change the encryption method in the wireless router to the encrypted party supported by the wireless network card
or download operating system patches to support the encryption of front-end wireless routers.