Problem with wireless networking

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david500

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Hi all,

I have a problem with my wireless networking on my ACER travelmate 2300 laptop, which has built in WAN.

In the Device Manager under Network Adapters the wireless network and Broadcom LAN are fine and reported to working normally by the device manager
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However there are also two 'UNKNOWN DEVICES" listed with flags. When I try to uninstall them, the device manager reports that it is unable to because they may be used to boot up the computer.

I have tried to re-install the network drivers with no success. Driver details for the one is bridge.sys and the other is psched.sys.

How can I get rid of these two items. When I go to wireless networks with my laptop in range of my wireless modem, it is not able to list any networks.

The normal network with plub in cable however works ok !

Please help

Thanks

David
 
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