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Adapter state not found in registry

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Specs: Sony Vaio VGN-FS742 (Laptop)
Network Adapters: Intel PRO/100 VE Network Connection (v8.0.47.0)
Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection (v9.0.4.39)
Operating System: Windows 7 SP1 Build 7601

Problem(s): When I go into Device Manager right click and select Properties I'm receiving "Adapter state not found in registry" click ok and it brings up pop-up box which displays 5 tabs (General, Advanced, Driver, Details & Resources). This issue is causing all kinds of other issues. When I run "Windows Network Diagnostics" it says that there is a "problem with wireless adapter or access point". This problem started almost a week ago. I've even uninstalled/reinstalled network adapter(s). But still have the same problem. Where it use to display available networks in Verizon Manager it doesn't anymore. Only displays my broadband. I also now have to connect manually to network. this use to be automatic. This use to work a few days ago. I've search the internet but couldn't find out to resolve this. I also attached a HiJackThis log. Just in case.

Any help would be appreciated.
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