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Intel Pro/Wireles is not connecting, Error Message "Error loading Plugins..."

I am getting the error message "Error Loading Plug-ins. Application will now exit." The Intel Wireless Pro, is unable to connect completely. I am no computer guru, but can take direction very well. Any solutions? I'm not sure what to do... :0( very frustrated...

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Re: Intel Pro/Wireles is not connecting, Error Message...

The plug ins that it relates to can only be other programmes that are associated with the network for example windows zero configuration. I would suggest going to my computer, right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager and look in the list for network adapters and on the '+' sign right click on your wireless network card and select uninstal. Restart pc and it should be installed automatically, but keep your eye on the taskbar when it says found new hardware and ensure that it says it has found the intel pro wireless( if thats the model) and try again. Also re install the drivers from your notebooks web site incase there are updated ones.

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