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Some of the very common causes of poor Wi-fi reception include- the Wi-Fi router is placed too far from the device on which the Wi-Fi network is being accessed, too many devices are connected to the Wi-Fi network simultaneously, or Wi-Fi settings are incorrect either on the router or on the device which accesses the Wi-Fi network. There are many more reasons that can hamper your Wi-Fi connectivity.
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You are getting this message from your computer? As in you don't have permission to wite to your own disk? Or is the access denied from the broswer or your provider? I know Internet Providers are cracking down on , what they deem, as illegal shareing of copytrighted material. I'm a bit confused, could you be a bit more specific?
If a flash player is installed it is difficult to remove or disble from your pc.In order to remove flash player you have to download aflash player remover.You can easily get one by searching it on the internet.
I think you might need to be on an account with administrative rights to complete that kind of change on a Vista system...Make sure you are logged on that way to begin with if possible...
When you don't have administrative rights, you can't set up programs that affect other users.
Here is a troubleshooter that might help you resolve this Vista network connections
and Troubleshoot Internet Connections
Also, you might take a look in your Device Manager and see that your modem is enabled and working properly.
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Ok, sounds to me like the security settings on your laptop for the wireless network card are configured in HIGH safety mode. The easiest way to resolve this is to:
1. goto control panel (start - settings - control panel)
2. open network connections
3. right click and select PROPERTIES on your wireless network connection
4. click on tcp ip (interent properties) double click it
5. goto advanced button (lower right hand side)
6. options tab
6. goto properties button for ip filter
7 uncheck (if checked) Enable ip filtering
the reason for this is probably because the backup and restore files for your notebook, reside there and are hidden, although this would only be a small sized partition, you should be able to right click and explore it.
If you wish to access it you would have to right click on my computer icon>manage and then click on the partition and format it.