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Accidentally deleted a program and now internet won't work

About a month ago I was trying to clean up my computer of old programs I didn't need or use and I accidentally deleted something that was needed for my internet access. Unfortunately I don't know what it is that I deleted so I cant go to find the program and reinstall it. When I bring up the network connections on my control panel it shows a connection but has no information about it, also no wireless connections can be found or even searched for. I reset the system but no change. Can you help me?

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  • sopan99alr Mar 19, 2009

    i was scaning my com. and there was many infected files were detected, and then healed, my wireless adaptor is working, and my wireless button is on ,but still my com. is giving me the message to put on my wireless button,and itis not even searching for networks.

  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2009

    I was experiencing a slower computer so I tried cleaning things up. In the process, I might have deleted something for my intel pro wireless 2200 bg

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If you are unable to restore the previous settings of the computer? I might advised you to search for the driver of your wireless adapter and you'll needing to reinstall it to your computer.

Note: Make sure that the adapter is still installed to the computer.

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