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Im using my IMAC to send this. My Dell studio1555, 64 bit,

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I'm using my IMAC to send this. My Dell studio1555, 64 bit, 4.00GB RAM, Windows7 has stopped connection to two different wireless connections. It keeps telling me there are no connections available. A week ago all was fine. I'm in the same room at present and the wireless is working flawlessly for the IMAC
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Jason Jones replied 5 years ago.

Mac Extraordinaire :

Greetings,


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- Click Start Button > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore.
- Choose to Restore to an earlier time > Click Next.
- Choose a date at least one week before you started experiencing your problem.
- Click NEXT > NEXT > NEXT.
- Your computer will restart and your issue will be gone.

You mentioned that you 'reset' your computer to a previous point, does this mean that you have already restored it?

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Thank you // Peace.

Mac Extraordinaire :

FYI: You may have to press the shortcut key to enable your wireless, which is: Fn F2

Customer :

Sorry, you misunderstood. My problem is with the Dell PC. I've tried to connect to the internet in two different locations that worked fine two weeks ago. No problems with the Mac.

Mac Extraordinaire :

Ok, I think I understand & understood.

Please, follow the instructions below:

- Click Start Button > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore.
- Choose to Restore to an earlier time > Click Next.
- Choose a date at least one week before you started experiencing your problem.
- Click NEXT > NEXT > NEXT.
- Your computer will restart and your issue will be gone.

Customer :

Followed instructions with no results. Thanks for your time. Please end correspondence.

Mac Extraordinaire :

Very well.

Good day.