I get a box pop up for "Enter network password" about every 2 minutes.

Network password

I get a box pop up for "Enter network password" about every 2 minutes.  I disable networking functionality, but now it appears more frequently.  How can I stop it?


I was able to remedy this by creating a new e-mail account & remove the old.

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