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Network Connections missing

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So out of nowhere there is now nothing in Network Connections. There used to be a wireless network icon, a wired network icon and a 1394 or something icon in there....now there's nothing.

Also in the start menu I could go to Connect To > Show all Connections. That's gone too.

There are also used to be a little icon in the task bar that showed my connection status and gave me an option to use Windows to configure my wireless connection.

What happened to all of this stuff? It seems to have jsut disapeared.

I use IBM Access Connections to manage my wireless connection but there is a lot of stuff that can only be done from the Windows Network Connections tool.
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Hi rvanpalmerb, Have you tried system restore?

Hit,Start, all programs, Accessories, system tools, system

Restore, click on restore my computer to an earlier time, then

pick a date before the problem. then click next

Edited by 4238dwight, 21 August 2006 - 10:04 PM.

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