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Re: cant get into the network center on my acer aspire 1...
If this is an aspire One with linpus lite linux,
The network center disappearing is an issue with the linux update server that seems to corrupt the OS.
The solution unfortunately is to reload the OS from the recovery disk.
The aspire ONE does not come with an ODD so you will need to use the disk on a unit that has an ODD to make the recovery USB flash drive.
You will need a USB flash drive that has at least 2GB of storage, a computer with an ODD, and the linpus recovery disk that came ywith your unit.
1. Boot to the linpus disk, one of the options should be to make a recovery USB drive, make sure that no important data is on this USB drive as it WILL be formatted and erased.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions and then insert the recovery flash drive in to the USB slot of the Aspire ONE.
3. Re-start the Aspire ONE and press F2 to go in to setup.
4. Change the boot order to boot from "USB HDD" and press F10 to save and exit.
5. Unit will reboot and recovery will start.
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Go to start menu, on the right select, network, on the top select network and sharing center, on the left select manage network connections... Check to see if your wireless adapter is Enabled = ) hope this helps :)
go to network and sharing center. it should be where you click on the internet icon down at the bottom in taskbar right side. when it opens try setting up a new network. if that don't do it check to make sure your wi fi is on or needs resetting. also on that page in the network center is a pretty good troubleshooter. good luck
Do you mean a wireless network card? I am assuming you meant the wireless card. In windows donw in the bottom right there is a connection Icon. Right click on that Icon and select open network and sharing center. Then select your wireless network.
If you do not have a wireless network, yes you do need a wireless router.
If you do have a wireless network already set up, you will need to configure the settings so you can connect to it. Whatever the password is a so on.
Bring up the control panel, in the top right choose small icons so you can everything in the control panel. Choose "Network and Sharing Center". At the bottom section, choose "Connect to a network". A list will pop up of the available wireless networks to connect to. Just make sure your wireless radio is on. If you see the network you want to connect to and your radio is on but you can not seem to connect to the network, the first thing to do is remove the power plug from the router for 1 minute, then plug the router back in, this will reset the IP address for all devices. Once the activity lights on the router get steady, try to connect again using the before mention procedure.
right click your my network places icon from the desktop. Select L ocal area network. Right click on that and select properties. Select Internet protocol TCP/IP. At the bottom you can find show notification icon when connected. click on the check box.
Be sure that you physical connections are properly connected. Then check the device drives to see you network card is working ok.
This is MS OP Sys right ? Go to Control panel and reset up network connections. OH Try rebooting first
Found this on the web and it worked for me:
"Follow this then restart and everything should come back to normal. It took me 3 minutes and worked fine.
This is to find and delete the networking folder (which is causing the problem):
1. From the regular Aspire One options page, go to the Files panel
2. Click on the triangle to see more icons
3. Click on MyFiles, which opens a file manager window.
4. In the menu bar, select View->Hidden files, to show a tick in the box. You should be in the "My Disk:///" directory.
5. Scroll down until you find folder "gconf" and then click on that
6. Find folder "system" and click on that
7. You should now see folder "networking" listed as one of the folders.
8. DELETE IT! (Right click on the networking folder, and select option delete.)
I just restarted from here and the icon re appeared in bottom right the menu bar, I just clicked on it to set it up with my wifi signal and it did the rest itself."