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Discussion in 'Networking' started by Laurie52, Apr 7, 2008.

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  1. Laurie52

    Laurie52 Thread Starter

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    Another problem with my daughter's Satellite network connection now. After her computer recognized the reinstalled "Netgear WG111" as new hardware Solved: Dialup nor Satellite She had a a day and a half of connection to the Internet.

    Now another problem came up that is preventing her from going online.

    She now gets this error message:
    I looked around and found it "could be" a corrupted crypto service database problem and found this option to try:

    But it does not work for her.

    She is unable to go online (no dialup) to find new drivers. Would going to the Device Manager>Hardware Tab> finding the Network adaptor and right clicking "disable" help? I read that doing this and rebooting will cause Windows to reinstall the drivers automatically

    Is this true?

    The network adapter for her is a Netgear WG111T My son has the router.
     
  2. Laurie52

    Laurie52 Thread Starter

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    It has been three days. Any help?
     
  3. TerryNet

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    For new drivers you/she could download them with another computer and copy them to the crippled computer via removable media (CD, flash drive, etc.).

    I didn't post earlier because I don't have anything more specific to offer, and you may not find the following at all helpful.

    Her problems could be too much junk and/or registry corruption. I have little patience with that kind of stuff. I will spend weeks on one problem if necessary, but as soon as I get two or three of those tough problems I make sure my data is all backed up, check that I have or can get the drivers I need, and then format the disk and reinstall Windows. Sometimes I will first try a repair install to cut down on the workload.
     
  4. Laurie52

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    Thank you
     
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