Currently Being ModeratedApr 27, 2012 9:54 AM (in response to jakefromwaxhaw)
I am answering because it was not resolved if the answer was not written. I just ran into this issue when trying to login at the coffee shop. I googled the error on my iPhone and saw your post. This is how I resolved it, I am putting it in language that is meant so anyone can follow along if they run into this regardless of where they are.
click on the Apple icon at the top left screen then select "System Preferences..."
Then in the "Internet & Wireless" section you select "Network"
While this is open (or you can get the name prior) you click on the available networks to see the name of the network that you want to join. In this case, I am at a cofee shop called "PEETS".
Enter that in "Network Name" and please note that though the picture shows that I selected it, I actually had to type it in where you also enter the password. You may see the network, in that case click on it. Otherwise If you do not see that network as an option here, you then click on next to "Network Name" and from the dropdown, select "Join Other Network..." where you enter in the network name that you found above.
Type in the password and select WPA. You may want to copy and paste the password then scroll through the password types if that does not work. When the password entered and password type is correct, then the "Join" button becomes blue.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 20, 2013 8:01 AM (in response to JGallardo2600)
No, exact same problem as described, followed above, still got problem. Got 2 iPhones, an iPod touch, 2 apple tvs, a Samsung tv and a Sony blue ray all taking to the router fine but not my MacBook Pro