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gRe

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Hi there!

Good day!

anyone can help me how to show my dial-up network connection icons? When you point to start menu you can see the network connections tab but it does not appear in my Windows. Or when i go to Control PAnel then i click the Network connections, it's empty i dont have any icons appear there. And when i try to make a new connection it is still does not appear in the window. Why is this happen? How can i view again the icons? pls help!
Nice to hear from you soon guys! Thank you.

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I have now spent two days trying to fix my computer.

I have trawled through what feels like hundred of forums and millions of tips.

What happened was:

· Network connections folder was empty
· Device manager was empty
· Safely remove hardware and network connections have disappeared from next to my computer.

What I did was use add/remove to delete ContextPlus from my system rebooted and everything was fine.

This is quick and simple even for newbies and always a good place to start.

I would like to thank MrCreosote http://www.annoyance...nxp/t1051715405
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