Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
On my laptop, I have a wireless connection that is active and had a strong signal, however, webpages are not being displayed. An error message says TCP/IP network transport is not installed.
It is not a problem with your wireless, it is a problem with your Windows installation. Here are two things to try...
1. Run some sort of registry repair program. - Glary Utilities is a good free one, CCleaner is free and does reg stuff.
2. To reinstall TCP/IP, you can Remove your Network Card in the device manager, then reboot your computer. When it reboots, it will redetect the NIC and install the drivers, including the TCP/IP transport protocol. I very recently dealt with this problem, and the registry repairs fixed it.
Keep me posted...
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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