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Intermittent wireless network adapter function


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Hit the start button and type services.msc then scroll down to the computer browser service.
Right click and stop the service.
Right click again and select properties.
Change the start up type to disabled
Hit apply ok.

Repeat the same for the iphelper service.

The do the following.

Disable ipv6
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929852

Remove your tunnel adapters.
http://go.microsoft....?linkid=9728872

Open elevated command copy and paste each command below hit enter after each and reboot.

http://www.sevenforu...and-prompt.html\



nbtstat -R

nbtstat -RR




Un install this reboot and tell me if the issue remains.

Plugfree NETWORK (Version: 5.3.0.1)
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Hi,

I'm a bit confused as I thought that Ztruker was helping me with this problem?

I have missed your post as I have not received an email from Geeks to go.

Would you be able to confirm that you are a Geeks to go technician please before I continue with you instructions?
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No I am not a technician but I have solved just as many threads as some "techs",your choice.
Good day. :)
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Rockmilk is excellent! Please follow his directions.

I was away for a couple days.
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Apologies to Rockmilk, I've only ever dealt with the Malware guys where things are a little different.

Sorry to drag this out but the wireless adapter has been working ever since the blue screen incident.

Do either or you advise that I should continue with Rockmilk's instructions or should I leave it be?
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I'd say save the instructions then keep an eye on the problem. If it reoccurs then follow his directions.
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Thanks, that's good advice.

Hopefully this might be the last time that you hear from me! :-)

Thanks again for the help.
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