@Diskai1 I'm sorry, but they are different passphrases. I've had this discussion so many times.
Your account address is a hash of your passphrase
The hash function is immutable, and will always return the same address for a given passphrase.
To have a different address, the passphrase therefore needs to be different from the original.
Ergo, your passphrase for Wallet2 is different in some way from passphrase for Wallet1.
You could have a space or newline at the beginning/end of the phrase, if you're copy/pasting the address, and it's word wrapped in notepad or what ever - that makes it different.
The ONLY way to get a different address is to use a different passphrase.