Doesnt ask for password when connecting to wifi
It might have been caused by an outdated internet card driver. Before doing anything, make sure that your wi fi is working. You can use a cellphone or any gadget or computer which can connect to your wifi connection. If it goes in without any problem, then do the following steps.
1. Do a system restore.
If you were to connect to the internet before using a wifi connection, then do a system restore and restore it back to the configuration when it was still working.
Click Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore
Follow the on-screen instructions. Select a restoration date when it was still working great. Launch the restore and let it restart by itself. Just wait for it.
Once it's up, check if it connects to the internet. If no go, then go to the next step.
2. Boot to Safe Mode with Networking
Restart your computer and tap F8 until you see the screen which asks you to boot to safe mode. Use the arrow keys to highlight safe mode with networking. Press Enter.
Try connecting to your wifi in safe mode. If no go, proceed to the next step.
3. Update your device drivers. Even if all works well. I mean all the two options above work, you still need to do this to avoid from getting the same problem in the future.
Install an automatic PC Drivers updater like RadarSync.
I hope this helps!
Feb 24, 2013 |
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