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There's two things I would do.
First, go to start > Run, type devmgmt.msc
and hit enter. Locate under network adapters the network you're trying to connect with. Go to the manufacturers services and support site and download the newest driver. Don't load it yet, do it as last resort. There's a few things you need to download and get to the computer, with a flash drive or a burned cd so we have things to work with.
Now this is likely not the issue. Its probably firewall related, usually happens with viruses, or antiviruses
that take control of the firewall.
So I doubt you're clean yet. Adaware pro is a rootkit, so they are a bit tricky to remove.
Download this program:http://tinyurl.com/justmal4
And download this program:http://support.kaspersky.com/faq/?qid=208280684
Copy them over to the infected computer using a flash drive or cdrom. They are both free.
Start that computer in safe mode. To do this, tap the F8
key while the computer is starting (directly following the initial startup splash screen, before windows beings to load, if done correctly you'll see advanced startup options and safe mode as an option). Its a timing thing.
Once in safe mode, run Malwarebytes Full Scan
, restart, then test the network. If its still not functioning, back to safe mode, run Tdsskiller
next, followed by another malwarebytes (system scan is fine, full shouldn't be necessary twice).
Then you should be good to go.
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