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ny wireless network tab is missing on my windows xp

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by diamondave60, Jan 24, 2011.

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  1. diamondave60

    diamondave60 Thread Starter

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    I need Help. My Wireless network tab is missing on my Windows xp operating system. I use a Acer Aspire 5000 Laptop. I was doing some anti virus cleaning and when I restarted my Computer, I could not get my woreless connection back on. Looking into the system, I discovered that my Tab was Missing. I spent the last couple of days on a friends laptop looking for anwsers and found none. Can anyone please help me ???
     
  2. raybro

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    Hello diamondave60 and welcome to TSG...

    A bit more detail would be helpful in understanding the problem.

    First, just what do you mean by wireless "Tab"? Please describe.

    Next what program were you using to do the "virus cleaning"

    Raybro
     
  3. diamondave60

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    the wireless network on windows vista. so I can see what wireless sites I can hook on
     
  4. raybro

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    And the program you were using for "virus cleaning"?

    Raybro
     
  5. diamondave60

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    norton 360
     
  6. raybro

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    Did Norton find any virus or remove anything?

    Raybro
     
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