|20 Nov 2009||#1|
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Wi-fi error when using a newly created Admin account
When I created a new user (with Admin privileges) and log into it, it will not connect to the wi-fi network. It detects the network, but will not connect.
When I try to run the Wi-Fi Configuration utility from the manufacturer its says the the Wi-Fi Adaptor is not found. When I check under the Device Manager while in that user account, the adaptor is shown as working properly.
The Network and Sharing centre shows nothing to indicate the error in either account; the troubleshooting fails to fix the problem when run.
Its all very strange and I have no idea what to do. Any clues would be most welcome.
The card is a new D-Link Wireless G DWA-510 Desktop Adaptor (PCI).
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