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Win2000 pro wireless network properties box missing

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by rezehk, Dec 23, 2004.

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  1. rezehk

    rezehk Thread Starter

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    The wireless network properties box is missing. I have a Satellite pro 4600 with Linksys card for wireless and every thing worked once before. I replaced the hard drive with a new one and rebuilt the system. After installing the Cisco PEAP supplicant software to be able to logon at the college the box is now missing. I've tracked the problem to the PEAP software overwriting files on Win2000 sp4.
    Or so the masters at M/S claim. Their advice was to reinstall Sp4. This didn't work. All of the information I have for configuring wireless cards for Win2000 show this box and it was there the firt time I set up the system. I have reformatted the hard drive twice then Installed Win2000 pro and the Sp3 and Sp4 using two different Install cds. I did not install the PEAP supplicant and still no box.

    Thanks Rezehk
     
  2. doggard

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    Did you install ALL the motherboard drivers for the system?
     
  3. rezehk

    rezehk Thread Starter

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    Yes, all are installed the modem, works the 10/1000 ethernet, the infrared, and the pcmcia slots work. The wireless card works and picks up the connection and presents the log in box. But the settings needed that are supplied by the W/N/P box are missing.

    Thank You
    Rezehk
     
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