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Windows 7: My pc can't see my wireless network

26 Nov 2010   #1

Windows 7 RTM x64
My pc can't see my wireless network

I got an HTC SHIFT with windows 7 and my wireless was disconnecting all the time after a few minutes of using so i had to use trouble shooting and fixing it all the time, this problem appeared fairly suddenly and have never had this problem before.

I reinstalled the network driver, deleted and reinstalled. And now i can see a few of my neighbors SSID's but now my own. What gives?

I have an Linksys WRT160Nv3 with latest official firmware using WPA2 personal with AES.

I have created a manual network profile with connect automatically even if no SSID broadcasting is detected. Still no luck... My desktop pc here has no problems with connecting to the wireless, neither does my other laptop.

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26 Nov 2010   #2

Windows 10 Pro X64

What software are you using to configure your wireless? I recommend letting Windows handle it. To do this, disable whatever is currently handling it then open Services (Start / Run / services.msc) and make sure WLAN AutoConfig is started and startup is set to Automatic.

Now check if you can see your SSID.
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