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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check first your webcam if its is installed properly... the message poop bcoz the system cannot find connected webcam its not acttualy about your connection to the internet..
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
SOURCE: CANNOT DETECT WIRELESS NETWORKS
Please type services.msc on run option
2.Please check there will be a service named as wireless zero configuration if you are using XP otherwise the third last service in vista.
3.double clisck that and then stop after restarting the machine again go to same and start it by clicking start.
4.If then also the issue is not resolved please check with your hardware vender.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
This will happen if you let the battery go completely dead. Some files become corrupted.
Solution:- Right click on Settings (preferences some models). Select 'Network' then double click on 'gFTP'. Scroll down to '.gconf' and double click. select and double click on 'system'. Right click on 'Networking'. Scroll down to 'Delete'. Left click on 'Delete'. Confirm 'YES'. Turn off the computer, then restart. What you have done now forces the computer to re-create the networking file. Your networking icon should re-appear on the taskbar. Note this is only for LINUX systems. - Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
I know nothing about Linux and had the same problem. I found this on another site as I have been searching for an answer. Just finished as instructed and it has worked. Just in case I renamed the folder rather than deleting it!
"Follow this then restart and everything should come back to normal. It took me 3 minutes and worked fine.
This is to find and delete the networking folder (which is causing the problem):
1. From the regular Aspire One options page, go to the Files panel
2. Click on the triangle to see more icons
3. Click on MyFiles, which opens a file manager window.
4. In the menu bar, select View->Hidden files, to show a tick in the box. You should be in the "My Disk:///" directory.
5. Scroll down until you find folder "gconf" and then click on that
6. Find folder "system" and click on that
7. You should now see folder "networking" listed as one of the folders.
8. DELETE IT! (Right click on the networking folder, and select option delete.)
I just restarted from here and the icon re appeared in bottom right the menu bar, I just clicked on it to set it up with my wifi signal and it did the rest itself. " Have fun and dont panic!
Posted on May 10, 2009
go start run type services.msc then go down to the bottom click zero wireless configuration then click start and you should be good to go
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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