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Wireless problem I have a Acer laptop and whenever i bring my laptop home from the office it will not connect to my wireless network at home at all. When i click onto my wireless connections configuration screen it comes up with "windows cannot configure this connection....." I have tried running services.msc (as suggested on the microsoft website) but this seems to do nothing at all. I am now at home for 2 weeks and have no wireless connection which is a real pain. Everything connects ok through the lan connection its only the wireless that won't connect. Help someone please !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Uninstall the wireless configuration utility and install drivers only for wireless adapter then you can use windows own wireless config screen

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That's because your windows wireless is most likely conflicting with the actual wireless device manager..only one can do the job..

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Figure 3
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Figure 4
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