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Problems with the new XP Update


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I'm at a loss, to be honest. My wireless failed since the last XP update, and I have no clue why. I'm not the greatest when it comes to problems like this, but I've checked everything I can. The only thing I can see in particular is that, while Wireless networks are detected (So says XP), they won't display in the list of networks. Also, the wltrysvc services gets stuck on "starting" instead of "started" respectivly. Does anybody have a list of requied services for Wireless to run correctly on XP? Is there any obvious problems that could cause this?

One final note, when it manages to randomly connect to an undisplayed network (My wireless, it correctly names) it refuses to "send" data, only receiving it. Thanks for the help-

Edited by Stivo, 16 October 2008 - 12:13 PM.

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Too vauge? Is there anything else I should list?
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Wow! 33 minutes to wait for a response.
You must be patient. Everyone on this forum is volunteers. We all have other jobs and committments. The site is also international, so when you post almost anyone will respond based on their knowledge. Not everyone here is versed on all issues with computers.

Again please be patient. Sorry, I can't help you.
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I wasn't trying to rush anything, sorry if I inferred such. Thanks anyways, though.
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