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NIKETOTAL

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I am trying to set my wireless connection to be a shared internet connection
so i go to properties for Wireless Network Connections
and im suppose to click on advanced
but wene i do in the window it says "Windows cannot display the propertys of this connection. The Windows management Instrumentation (WMI) info might be corrupted. To correct this use system restore..."
But i dont realy want to restore my comp so is there another way to make a sheared internet connection or is there a way to make it so the advanced part of properties shows up? thanks
 
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Start - Run - services.msc

Go down to Windows Management Instrumentation.

Set it to Automatic (mines presently in manual mind you) by right clicking on it.
Also right click and start it.

Kim
 

NIKETOTAL

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It was already started and on automatic but i still get the same message. I was thinking mabey somthing accidentaly got deleted.
 
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For Xp SP2

Start Run-
rundll32 wbemupgd, UpgradeRepository

This will repair the Windows Management Instrumentation

Kim
 

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You don't edit a post to mark it solved.

You can mark your own threads solved using the thread tools at the top of the page in the upper right corner.© :)
 
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