Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional With Servise Pack 2 (e8503040) for PC
If it's Windows XP:-
Click "Start" --> ("Settings") --> "Control Panel"
Double Click "Network Connections"
Right Click on "Wireless Network Connection" --> Select "Enable"
Right Click on "Wireless Network Connection" again --> Select Properties
Make sure the check box "Show Icon in notification area" is checked --> Click "OK"
The wireless network icon will now appear in the bottom right of your screen
Right Click on it and select "View Wireless Networks"
If this respond with "Windows cannot control your wireless network as another program is controlling your Network"
do the following:-
Click "Start" --> "All Programs"
Look for the "Wireless Network Utility" this may be under an item with the name of the make of your compuetr e.g. Toshiba
Right Click on the Wireless Utility and select "Send to" --> "Desktop"
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
It means yor wireless is disabled , go to device manager right click on your wireless driver and enable it. good luck
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