Hello everyone (: usually I manage to find solutions to my IT related stuff. But I just cant figure this one out (neither can google) .
So i can LEFT(<-this is important)-click all the icons in my system tray and a nice menu of some kind pops up (as it should) how ever if i LEFT-click my network icon nothing happens (right-click functions still work)
, sadly i dont really know when this started happening so i cant backtrack it.
this is a problem because now i cant select other wireless networks (oh yes sorry its the wireless network icon) unless i know the exact details of the network , then i can go through the configuration screen
Sorry if my english isnt perfect (:
this is the menu im talking about.
Im sure it used to pop-up a few weeks ago.
Al the other system tray icons still display their menu when clicked.
[23:19] <@myrti> is the icon grayd out in any way?
[23:19] <@myrti> what OS is this?
[23:20] <Kilghard> Windows 7 & no the icon looks fine (also responds to changes in internet reception)
[23:21] <@myrti> up to date on your Patches?
[23:21] <Kilghard> yep all checked
[23:21] <@myrti> have you checked that the issue persist when you switch from wirelss to cable?
[23:21] <@myrti> do you use third party software to connect?
[23:23] <Kilghard> ehm im not sure about the cable (dont have one around atm) but i do think it works , & no just the software that came installed (hp pavillion dv6)
[23:25] <@myrti> where oyu ever able to right click that?
[23:25] <@myrti> Network activity animation on Network Connections icon in the notification area cannot be turned on. The Network icon only indicates the type of network (wired or wireless) and internet connectivity.
[23:26] <Kilghard> oh right clicking is no problem (little menu pops up with "solve problems & got to network center" its the left clicking that wont open (= cant select other networks if available)
[23:27] <@myrti> i'm sorry i'm out of ideas then.. maybe try the forums, people there may know more about this
[23:27] <Kilghard> alright (: thanks for your time