It's defiantly a problem with the wireless adapter. This is what I've done so far:
I uninstalled the wireless adapter. Windows reinstalled the wireless adapter after I restarted the laptop. After I did this, the wireless adapter cannot find a connection. It can't find my router or my friends router any more. Using windows 7 trouble shooting. It says there might be a problem with the wireless network adapter driver. Which is strange considering Windows keeps installing the same driver.
I found an updated driver for the Atheros AR5007EG Wireless network adapter but Windows wont allow the update as it's already installed the best version for my adapter.
When I enter my serial number on the Fujitsu AMILO Notebook Li 3710. On the Fujitsu website. The driver supplied is for a Realtek RTL8187B wireless card. Is windows 7 installing the wrong wireless adapter driver?
I wanted to test this but Windows keeps installing the driver automatically. As the laptop is using Windows 7 Home Premium I can't access gpedit.msc. I tried a 3rd party program. Which did launch gpedit.msc but the sub-folder "Device Installation" is not there. So I can't test different drivers!
I'm a very experienced computer user but can't seem to find the solution for this problem! Any help would be much appreciated.
EDIT: The wireless radio button on the keyboard is turned on!
Edited by MikeMason, 31 July 2011 - 11:46 AM.