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Another Windows 7 Wireless Issue
I have been searching since yesterday for a solution to my problems but have yet to find it. I did a clean install of Windows 7 Ultimate 7600 32 bit. Everything went fine except that my wireless connection will not work. Here is the problem in more detail:
At first Windows would not recognize my wireless adapter. After doing alot of searching I found the correct drivers for it. I got them directly from the manufactuerer for Windows 7 32 bit. It is now recognizing my wireless adapter and device manager says it is working properly. But I am not getting any signals from my wireless connection. When I go to network settings it says there are no wireless connections available, almost like I have my adapter turned off (but it is on, dont worry). I have done alot of reading and read about different driver installations and turning off firewalls but nothing seems to be working. I am a networking administrative graduate so the simple stuff I have done. But since I don't know Windows 7 yet is there something I am missing?
Please somene help, this is driving me (and my girlfriend) crazy!!!!
Here are my specs:
Gateway M-6750 notebook
T5450 1.66GHZ processor
Marvell Tog Dog PCI-E 802.11n (ec85) network adapter
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