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Wireless Connection Won't Connect

Every time I turn off the Wireless modem for the night, at the first boot-up of the PC, the wireless connection cannot find a wireless network available (even though there is one). Pushing the button to connect (alone) won't do it either. Nor would do it alone, right-clicking the wireless icon (lower right corner) and selecting "Repair".

What seems to work is both pushing the button and clicking on "Repair" (or disable and enable the network adapter in Device Manager). But I have to do it every time. Any suggestion on what needs to be changed in the settings and where, to avoid this problem every time I turn on the wireless modem?
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  • gciriani Apr 22, 2008

    I fixed it by check marking the option for
    Right click the wireless icon:
    "Open Network Connection"
    Right click the Wireless Icon.
    Properties
    Wireless Networks tab
    Select the connection wanted
    Properties
    Check mark the box "The key is provided for me automatically"
    OK (the system asked asked for my WEP).


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Sounds like something is up with the Windows' utility's ability to create profiles for you. Profiles store which network you want to connect to, the encryption scheme, password, and rules about connecting to the network. If your wireless device has a utility you can use instead I would highly recommend it above the Windows utility.

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