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rosejo

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I have been working in the Virus, Spyware and Trojan Removal forum on a problem that first manifested itself a while back after the April round of Windows Updates. The first problem was that only IE was able to access the internet, with my internal Wireless Adapter using my Wireless Connection in my Network and Sharing Center. Then, after working with the post, http://www.geekstogo...et-t276543.html for over a week now, we have managed to gain full application access to the internet with all apps, but in the process have lost the ability to use either the internal Wireless Connection I used to have, or any other Wireless Connection using either a PCMA Express Card Wireless Adapter or a USB Wireless Adapter. When you try to install another wireless adapter, the new connection is recognized, but is Disabled, and will not Enable, despite trying to Enable it.

Please help us figure out what is causing the internal Wireless Connection that can be enabled to only receive packets, but not send any out, and any other Wireless Connections one tries to establish cannot be enabled.

Edited by rosejo, 18 May 2010 - 11:04 PM.

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Iconicmoronic

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Hello rosejo. Being that your issue was previously posted as virus related, please refer back to either your original post or post in the waiting room here: http://www.geekstogo...-Room-f100.html

The above link is for posts which have not been answered in as timely a manner as possible, it is a means to bump your post so-to-speak or to get it more immediate attention.

The ToS and regular guidelines on the forum deny users who have not graduated a virus and malware removal program approved by the forums to assist with virus related posts.

If you like, refer to the terms of service agreement: http://www.geekstogo...boardrules.html
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