|17 Mar 2011||#1|
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My notebook cannot connect to network
Hello, everyone. I have plugged in my network cables, there is still a red cross on my network connection. I have tried the following:
1) change the cable
2) reinstall the network driver
LAN and wireless cannot work.
Then, I go into Administrative Tools-> Services.
I found that the Service "Network Location Awareness" is missing, I think this causes the problem.
I want to ask, how can I add back this service to Services?
Thank you very much.
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