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Ok ok its a long story now so please lets follow these steps:
type cmd and click ok
type the following line and press enter with the end of each line:
netsh winsock reset
netsh firewall reset
now lets go to start
click control panel
click network connection
RIGHT click on wireless connection icon and select properties.
in the middle there is install button, click it.
select tcpip protcol and click add
in the next window click have disk (its to the right side).
change the path to C:\windows\inf now hit enter.
select tcpip v4 and click install.
now reboot the computer.
hope that will fix it for u
let me know what happened with u
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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