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Wireless Network Adapter Problem
08-26-2010, 10:37 PM
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Wireless Network Adapter Problem
As for Windows Vista in order to rectify any kind of network adapter problem you need to follow step 1 and then these next few steps.

Step 1 - The same as for Windows XP.

Step 2 - In the control panel section of the screen you now need to click on the Network and Internet icon and then click on the network and sharing center one.

Step 3 - Then a further icon will appear in front of you called manage network connections and you need to click on this.

Step 4 - Now you should right click the network which will then disable 802.1X authentication for. Once this has been done you then need to click on the button called properties. Then click on the security tab and then go to security type list and then click on the no authentication tab/button.

Hopefully using the above steps will then help to resolve the wireless network adapter problem that you may have. But the first thing that you should do prior to actually carrying out the steps mentioned above is to check to ensure that your adapter is actually connected properly to your laptop or notebook. Sometimes even if the external wireless network adapter has become slightly disconnected from your laptop can cause a problem with the signal and connection that you receive.
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12-23-2010, 01:22 PM
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RE: Wireless Network Adapter Problem
Some times after many changes and many restarts your routers configuration files can get messed up.I have tried a bunch of different things, such as changing the wireless channel, moving the router, unplugging all of my cordless Phons. As the wireless router packs and uses several technologies, almost simultaneously, many wireless router problems are likely to crop up.
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