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I am unable to connect to my wireless network for the past 2 days. It says there are no available networks in this range eventhough my router is fine and my friends uses the same connection. There is no wirless signal icon(i.e green towers) in my taskbar for sometime now. Even then the network automatically connected everytime i start my computer but after when i tried to create new wireless network connection for some reason my exixting connection was gone and i could not able to connect it again since no networks are available on the view network connection window. My internet works fine thru LAN. Could anyone help me connecting my wireless network again? Thanks in advance.

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  • sensekrishna Nov 14, 2009

    Yes, the wifi switch is on.
    Also, there is a pop-up on the wifi icon that says one or more wireless networks detected, but still when i open view wireless network window nothing shows up.

  • sensekrishna Nov 14, 2009

    Yes, the wifi switch is on.
    Also, there is a pop-up on the wifi icon that says one or more wireless networks detected, but still when i open view wireless network window nothing shows up.

  • cassells3752 May 11, 2010

    have you tried resetting your access point

  • cassells3752 May 11, 2010

    is your computers wifi adaptor enabled (some computers have a button or swich on the case that wilol activate/deactivate the wifi adaptor) if this is turned off you will not recive any signal

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Got a wireless switch on the computer,make sure its on.
Good luck

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Check to make sure your AP is broadcasting ID.
Check your WiFi settings to connect to ad hoc an infrastructure networks,
As always, make sure the radio is on and you are not running on battery.

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