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If I were you, I'd first let Windows Manage Wireless Network Connections:
If you're using XP, click Start then open the Control Panel. Find the Switch to Classic View button in the Control Panel and click it.
Open Network Connections
Open Network Connections then double-click the Wireless Network Connection icon.
Click the Properties
Click the Properties button. Look for the boxes at the bottom of the Properties window that read "Show icon in notification area when connected" and "Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity" and make sure they are both checked.
You could also right click on the Wireless Network Connection icon and click Properties from there.
Open Wireless Networks tab
Open the Wireless Networks tab and make sure the box labeled "Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings" is checked. Then click OK.
under Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center you could find "manage wireless connection" there you could assign/delete wireless connection.
What do you mean by getting the icon? Do you mean the icon which is usually down near the clock? It this is the issue Control Panel > Network Connections and you should see the icon there > right click > properties> tick the box ''show icon in notification area''
Click on the Start menu and navigate to 'Control Panel' (if you donot see Control Panel, choose Settings, then Control Panel as seen inthe screen capture on the right.' OR
In the upper-left corner there will be a window that says either'Switch to Classic View' or 'Switch to Category View.' If it saysSwitch to Classic View, click it; you should now see many more iconslisted on the right side of this window.
Double click on the 'Network Connections' icon.
Double click on 'Wireless Network Connection' icon.
Click the 'Properties' button.
The Wireless Network Connection Properties window will come up, youneed to make sure the two check boxes at the bottom are checked; Show icon in notification area when connected and Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity.
Click on the Wireless Networks tab and make sure the Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings box is checked.
Remove the setting for you wireless, click view wireless networks and reconnect reentering you wireless password.
Go to Start/Settings/Network Connections. When the window opens right
click on the Wireless Network Icon and select Properties. In XP there
should be a check box to allow display of notification when connected.
If some other OS, hold the right button down on the Icon and drag it to
the task bar. It should drop an icon for showing the status.
Before doing all of this, is there an arrow to the left of the icons? If so, click on it see if the Icon is simply hidden.
go to control panel
locate your wireless connection and right click on it
left click properties
locate the tick box that says shown icon in taskbar and put a tick in the box
ok everything to return to desktop
your icon should now be in the system tray
try this, turn off your pc then shut down your router then shut down the modem after 5 minutes restart the modem after all the lights are lit turn on the router after all those lights are lit start you pc, then go to my network icon and view network connections, then click on the properties tab high light the tc ip line and hit the properties tab click Obtain IP address automatically and the same for Obtain DNS server automatically. In the advanced tab in the IP address box have DHCP Enabled and check the box Automatic metric, in the DNS tab check Append primary and connection specific DNS suffixes and check the box to Append parent suffixes of the primary DNS suffix, at the bottom check the box Register this connection's address in DNS. In the WINS tab check the box Enable LMHOSTlookup and click the Default in NetBIOS setting. Now having done this click OK and OK again then click the close tab for the properties window and then reboot your computer, you should be able to surf the net with out any problems.
1. Goto "Start" 2. Click on " RUN" 3. Type in "ncpa.cpl" Click OK Now the network connections window will come up Right click on wireless network connections TAB Goto properties Under the general category U will find two check boxes- Show icon in notification area when connected Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity Make sure that both are checked.... Then click on OK and you will find the WIFI icon in ur system bar... IF THE PROBLEM IS NOT RESOLVED THEN FOLLOW SCENARIO 2
SCENARIO 2 Right click on start button Goto properties Under the taskbar category click on customize it will give u the list of options Find wireless network connection option click on it and change the status to always show and click ok Then click apply and then ok Problem shud b resolved 100%