|21 Jan 2012||#1|
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Wireless Network Connection 4 adapter issue
I'm new here and I'll start by apologizing if this is already a thread somewhere else but i could not find one.
The problem with my PC is that it is not communicating properly with any of the wireless cards that I bought and installed.
I've installed 3 different wireless cards to my PC and installed the drivers (from the disc it comes with). While the adapter does show on device manager and it says it's working properly the adapter management console does not detect any wireless networks. The network is there since i have multiple devices currently in use and connected to my network.
In addition to that when i go to the network connections the adapter is also there with a red X on it. I right click on it and run a diagnosis and it comes back with the following error message:
There might be a problem with the driver for the Wireless Network Connection 4 adapter
After i try the suggestion of repairs as an administrator I get the same error message.
I've hit a wall here guys, can anyone help?
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