|07 Dec 2009||#1|
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Wireless problem (finding my connetion)
As I was looking through some Google results for solving my problem I stumbled upon this forum and wanted to be a part of it.
Now, my problem:
My new computer has a built-in wireless adapter. Both the first time and the second time I started my computer, things worked out like a charm. But now I just WON'T work. It says there is no nearby networks. Still my laptop (XP Pro) finds some nearby networks... weird!
This is what I've tryed:
Restart computer (several times)
Restart my router (several times aswell)
Listen to bad phone support (twice)
It says I have the latest drivers too, so what could possibly be wrong?! =(
Maybe I managed to disable some setting or somewhat. Or could it be some installed program that maybe want to make my life a misery?
Proc: AMD Phen X4
OS: Windows 7 Home Premi
Motherboard: nVIDIA GeFo 9100
If there's anything else I could provide in information way, please just shout.
Thanks in advance!
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