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Wi-fi no longer working.

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#1 mothy2401


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Posted 21 July 2010 - 05:55 AM

Hi There,

I had a virus a little while back and cleared it up after advice from a similar forum. Since clearing this virus, I no longer seem to have wireless broadband working. I can connect up using the ethernet connection but the wireless connection isn't able to connect up. The network shows up when I do an available network scan but I just can't connect to it. I don't have a copy of XP otherwise I would have tried a re-installation.

any help would be most appreciated. many thanks in advance.

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#2 noknojon


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Posted 21 July 2010 - 06:56 AM

Hi -
First run a full checkDisk scan - Copy and paste this code into Run Box - Close all programs as this will restart your computer -
This will run a full 5 stage check on your system and then repair most H/D faults - The scan will take from 30-60 mins on average -
Please allow the scan to fully complete -
Thank You -

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