Question about Computers & Internet
The system recently stopped sensing available networks... tried to reset but message came back stating that Microsoft was not controlling network configuration... any ideas?
It sound like you have a third party program running you wireless connection, try disabling the program and then connecting using microsoft wireless configuration.
Posted on May 12, 2008
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