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Cant detect network

Discussion in 'Networking' started by INeedGmail!!, Nov 4, 2006.

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  1. INeedGmail!!

    INeedGmail!! Thread Starter

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    After i deleted a couple registry entries from the software sections of my registry it was bitdefender 9 entries, i removed them all. I restart my computer and then i get no internet connection. the wireless icon managed by windows is on the bottom riht of my screen idle, i VIEW WIRELESS NETWORKS and no wireless networks come on, it says to make sure it is switched on. my wireless cannot be turned off its a card inside the desktop. When i system restore it will work, but i want to fix it without restoring.

    What are the procedures to start my wireless conection. I am kind of advanced in this field, ive tried a few things ive repaired etc.

    my router is fine, my drivers are fine.


    THANKS
     
  2. detoxdsl

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    Is windows zero started ?

    start>run>services.msc - wireless zero is at the bottom of the list, make sure that its started and it should pick up your network
     
  3. INeedGmail!!

    INeedGmail!! Thread Starter

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    yep that service is started. still doesnt work.
     
  4. INeedGmail!!

    INeedGmail!! Thread Starter

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    Can anyone help me start my internet. Im guessing its a service but i enabled al services, still doesnt work, its soomething in depth. Hardware is fine
     
  5. jmwills

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    Grab your XP disc and put it in the tray. From the Run command type:

    sfc /scannow

    Reboot and see what you get.
     
  6. INeedGmail!!

    INeedGmail!! Thread Starter

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    How do i make windows configure my conection, it seems that the wireless networking is assigned to another program. I want windows to manage it, ow do i change the setting, also this could be whats causing the problem.
     
  7. zupportguy

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    If you want Windows to control your wireless settings:

    Start>ControlPanel>Network Connection> Rightclick on your WLAN icon then click properties> Click Wireless Networks Tab> Check Use windows to configure my Wireless Network Settings> Click Ok


    Note: Wireless Zero should be enabled.
     
  8. jmwills

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    Meaning the Service has to be enabled. And then uninstall the other program.
     
  9. INeedGmail!!

    INeedGmail!! Thread Starter

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    It works now thanks.
     
  10. jmwills

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    You need Gmail?
     
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