Question about Computers & Internet
Your problem may be that you have windows trying to find the connections and your wi-fi utility also competing for the same connection. On the notification icon at the bottom right of your screen right click on it and go to Open Utility, there should be some check boxes that allow you to have the utility manage your wireless connection and to enable the radio. Check all that are applicable. Close the utility and go to Network Connections. Your 1394 Net Adapter may not be configured right, Right click on it and hit Repair, if Windows can repair the connection it will do it for you. Otherwise you may have to uninstall and reinstall the wireless utility and allow it to be the primary utility that manages your network connections. Hope this helped and good luck.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
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