Could not connect to wireless network


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Could not connect to wireless network

I run lubuntu from usb (try lubuntu, it's not install on my pc )
And i try to connect to network
I see the network name
And i put the pass
But it's not connect..

I tried to open hot spot on my phone and try to connect and it's not connect

I have edumax n150
Try to install new driver - didn't help

Anyone know the problem?

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