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wireless connectivity

Discussion in 'Networking' started by nickherminal, Jan 5, 2011.

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  1. nickherminal

    nickherminal Thread Starter

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    hello every body, i have problem encountered with my wireless connection since i changed my os from vista to win7. when i was using vista os i have not yet encountered any problem with my wireless connection until i changed it to win7. as i said my problem was my wireless connection bet. my msi laptop and my linksys router. precisely knew that my linksy router has no problem since my other laptop can connect. the problem with my msi laptop was every time i open, it can't detect my linksys router. what i did in order can detect was uninstalled the driver and reboot my pc and thats the time it could detect my router and it works all thru out the day.. any body could help me? coz everyday thats always the sceraio which need to uninstalled the driver before i can connect to my router... note: my wireless driver was atuomatically installed after rebooting my pc. tnx
     
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    Click "Report" and request that your Thread be moved to the "Networking" Forum, if a helpful response isn't forthcoming here within 24 hrs.

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    Make sure you have the latest wireless driver--from the PC manufacturer's web site for an integrated adapter and from the adapter manufacturer for an external card.
     
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