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Windows 7: 2 networks connected over 2 wifi adapters but one always unidentified?

07 Jan 2014   #1
untilted413

windows xp 32 bit
 
 
2 networks connected over 2 wifi adapters but one always unidentified?

hi

i am having this mind boggling issue here guyz that over my laptop win7 home premium i have connected to two wireless networks without any problems

but today i installed a rubbish software called connectify which caused all the trouble i have deleted it now to no use here is the problem

i am not able to connect to my second network it is connected but always no internet access also it gives the name "unidentified network" although i used to connect to two wifi on my laptop one with laptops router and the second tplink usb wirelss adapter just before the connectify wrecked it.

here is the thing that both my wifis are working perfectly and when i disable one adapter and connect the second it connects without any trouble but when i use both my adpters simultaneously one wifi not always the same goes ino the unidentified loop

when i see the wifi details of the unidentified network i see that ipv4 address is not listed so thats the trouble but when i connect it while other adapter is off it connects withput any trouble

what has gone wrong guyz plz my mind is numb trying to solve this issue i dont know how many times i have uninstlled insatlled every other driver but no use plz help me asap


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08 Jan 2014   #2
untilted413

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