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Windows 7 connected but shows red X

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Giovazzo, May 8, 2012.

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  1. Giovazzo

    Giovazzo Thread Starter

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    First of all sorry for my bad english..

    Hello there, I have a Windows 7 Laptop which has got a red X on the connectivity icon even when connected, and this since april. Now, I don't have any idea of what caused it. I have Tunngle installed, but i don't think that's the problem. I also have updated my internet drivers, but without success. In the network boards i also have a weird second wireless connection which is called "Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport Adapter #6"

    I also attached so screenshots and sorry if my PC is Italian
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  2. etaf

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    this is a 2nd wireless connection and does not make any difference to the performance


    you should be able to right click on the 2nd network connection and delete
     
  3. Giovazzo

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    Seems i can't.. "Elimina" means "Delete" in italian
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  4. etaf

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    it makes no difference just to leave it there - are you logged in as an administrator ?
     
  5. Giovazzo

    Giovazzo Thread Starter

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    Yes and this is also the only account in the pc
     
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    bumping needing help
     
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