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My wireless which was working fine now won't connect to any of the wireless networks it used to even though they seem to be working - I just get a red cross on the icon and a message saying connection not available. If I try to reconnect and tick the box to allow connection to non secure network it doesn't seem to do anything or make a difference. I know this is a vague description but thought it might be an obvious thing. The only change I've made recently was to upgrade Adobe... Any ideas?
Ok if you go to your network connections and right click on the wireless network card and go to properties, then click onto wireless networks. make sure the check mark is in use windows to configure my wireless networks. If that doesn't work then go to start, control panel, administrative tools then to services. Scroll down until you see the wireless zero and make sure that is set to automatic and make sure it's started. then it should work. i hope this is helpful to you. let me know
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
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