Quote: Originally Posted by Masterick
On the last few days my adapter simply stopped showing any networks, even when the PC is next to the router.
It's an TP-Link TL-WN951N, ipconfig screen as requested, it's in portuguese but I assume the important bits are understandable, if needed I can provide an english screen.
What I've already tried.
Running the bat from the fixed thread
Uinstalling and reinstalling the drivers Testing the atheros drivers directly
, the most recent ones are able to see the networks but not connect to them.
PS: The router is working just fine when I use the wired connection.
PS²: Should also add that this happened a few days ago as well but I managed to "fix" it then by simply uinstalling/reinstalling the driver
try the simple solution first
I see from the IP that you are running the 802.11n protocol so does your Wifi adapter receive the protocol and the correct channels.
You might need to set your router to different channels etc.
Logon to the router via LAN --should have an address like 192.168.X.1 where X is usually 0,1 or 2 but can be anything.
Get into Wifi settings and play around with the parameters -- I suggest you try the 2.4 GHZ band first -- even if you don't get a decent signal you should at least see if your Wifi card is working.
Just play around with settings until you find one that works in your area -- I see you probably are in Portugal or Brazil --both these countries have excellent IP providers and usually connecting isn't a problem --Enc screenshot -- your router should have some sort of similar panel to alter wifi settings.
(If you are in Angola or Mozambique then a different story !!).
Another solution -- I posted on the W8 Forum but the same settings apparently work in Windows 7 -- I had a problem also of a computer SEEING another on the network but couldn't connect (Via Wifi --Lan cable was OK) so try this solution post 2 in the thread. http://www.eightforums.com/network-s...2k-server.html