Issues connecting to WIfi

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teanwar

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Something is wrong with my laptop. I have HP Probook 4530s. I cant connect to any wifi, nothing happens when i click on a wifi. And i cant uninstall programs since program and features tab in control panel and uninstall or change program do not work when click upon.

Also before this even when i was connected to the internet through Wifi it was showing wired connection icon with a red cross. So i had to uninstall all drivers and reinstall to fix the issue. Now i cant connect to a new wifi or remove programs.
 
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Given the problems with control panel and what not, you may want to try a system restore point prior to the problems. To do so, press the Windows flag key + R and in the Run open field type: rstrui.exe (press enter). Follow the prompts on screen. Restore point only affects key components of Windows OS and should not affect personal data.
 

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1. Which OS please as that model of HP - ranges from XP - although it is not that as XP did not have programs and features - through to 8.1

URL]http://h20566.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/readIndex?sp4ts.oid=5060881&swLangOid=8&swEnvOid=4131[/URL]

so which please in full and is it 32 or 64 bit and which wireless adapter please

2. This may provide a clue
So i had to uninstall all drivers and reinstall to fix the issue. Now i cant connect to a new wifi or remove programs.
Could you access Control Panel Progams and features before your uninstall of all drivers. If so how did you make this uninstall
 
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