Quote: Originally Posted by BooperGrandson
Whenever that happens, it asks if an ethernet cable is plugged in. I just tell it to skip that because that is for wired connections. Thanks.
Welcome to Seven Forums BooperGrandson.
1.Try going to this step again WITH a wired connection, let the trouble shooter do its job. See what you have on next reboot on the wireless connection.
2. If that fails go to the Netgear WNA1100 Wireless-N 150 site to check on a driver
/firmware update and install if so.
3. In Device Manager, select the adapter, uninstall the driver and reboot and let Windows find/install it.
4. If you have restore points, restore the computer to a time when the adapter functioned properly.
Hope this helps.