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go to control panel->view change it to small icons. Then go to Network and Sharing center->Manage wireless networks
click on your connection and remove it
then go to the wireless at the bottom right and double click to connect to your wireless connection
put in passcode
see if it will fix the issue
when I go to do the second part after removing the connection, it does not even scan for it. wireless is not turned on again
go to network and sharing center
go to change adapter settings
see if you can see the wireless adapter
and see if it is enabled
ok. says not connected.
tried to connect to your connection?
right click on adapter and select connect/disconnect
did tha t- it brought up the no
no connections are available.
try to disable the adapter then enable it
then try again
when I troubleshoot it, it comes up again to turn on wireless capability.
same issue. keeps turning off the wireless capability
what is your laptop model?
might have to update the driver
newly bought. just a couple days ago I updated everything on it. It's been doing this since.
windows 32 or 64bit?
forget- where can I find that quickly?
go to control panel
found it= 64 bit
please go to that page
choose windows 7 64bit
go to wireless
and choose the top download.
click on global
download the zip file and run it
ok will yake a few
it came up in an explorer file. what do I choose? setup application or setup windows command script. assuming second one.
got it, running
did it ask you to restart?
guessing I should
you don't have to
now to try connect to your home wireless
did that. I am connected. we'll see how long it lasts. was about 5 to 10 minutes before.
Please test and click ACCEPT my answer if it works for you
Thanks and have a great day!
you too. thank you!
you are welcomed