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It sounds like you don't have the correct security (WEP/WPA) key. if you are trying to connect to your own network, I need more information. if you are trying to connect to someone else's network, please stop, it's illegal.
Hello. If you are using a hardwired connection (cat 5 Ethernet cable) and if your wireless is still turned on, you might be seeing the notification that you are not connected to a wireless network.
If this is the case then the fixes would be:
1 Turn off the wireless switch. (recommended)
2 Turn off network connection notification in the network settings.
Microsoft says to Ignore the problem, and the adapter will continue to work correctly. If the message is really annoying maybe you can try turning off IPv6.
Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections
right click your network card>properties uncheck the IPv6 box that'll turn off IPv6-then just disable the adapter driver
if you are getting limited connectivity.. double click on network icon on task bar and go to support tab and click on repair..it will work.. if its not working give the ip and dns and default gateway manually.. not DHCP
You can try resetting the modem to factory condition. Turn off the modem from power Disconnect the modem from the computer Turn on the modem Press the reset button using a pointed object, (a toothpick or a pencil) Wait for all the lights to flash green then release the button Reboot your computer Connect the modem to your computer
Everything should work fine.
If the problem persists contact the service provider.
go into the bios setup utility at startup and makes sure your wireless network card is listed and enabled. go to control pannel, device manager, and see if it is listed in the network netvices, it will have a yellow exclimation mark if faulty, try updating the drivers. a red x if it is disabled, you can enable it from here, if it is not listed you probibly have a faulty network card, hope it helps