I followed the steps in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LL4TtWegvnI&feature=youtu.be and wiped the network info, saved and rebooted. The Piper software loads and I can enter the password, nothing happens.
I go back to the desktop and right click on the network icon, select WiFi Networks (dhcpcdui) settings, select SSID and instead of showing me a list of available networks, the old network that I originally tried to connect to in the US appears.
Could the software still be trying to connect to an old network and needs some kind of deeper software wipe to clear out the memory?
Since I entered the password in Piper, when I check the wpa_supplicant.conf file again, the network and password are there. I delete them, reboot and go back to desktop. Now, I can select my network from list of available networks. However, the icon on the available networks appears as paper with a yellow dot in the top left corner. The original network I tried to connect to is still among the listed networks but the icon is like a download to your harddrive icon, box with a green arrow.