Question about Computers & Internet
Hi I am Vortash there are a few things you can try firstly go to Control Panel and click on My Network Places .. then click Show View Network Connections .. The icons should appear ( if they didnt after selecting My connections in the first place ) right click on your Wireless connection Icon and click repair ..
If that was unsucsessful then uninstall your router and re install .. ( now I am sumising that this would be a secured network and you either have your WPA data written down or you have a network installation pen ) if you have the relevant information go back inti your router through IE and re enter your wpa settings .. hope this helps regards Vortash
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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