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No internet connectivity due Netgear3100 adapter, who can help?

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#1 Jstyle


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Posted 13 September 2012 - 06:56 AM

After i ran Combofix i don't have any internet connectivity. I started a topic: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic467351.html/page__st__15
M0le advise me that the network is clear but not connected.

So, my question: what should i do to connect the WNDA Netgear3100 wireless adapter to my desktop PC? I have WIFI signal and uninstalled the Netgear software. Nothing works yet, unfortunally.

What should i do?

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#2 James Litten

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Posted 16 September 2012 - 08:30 PM


I have a similar wireless setup on a desktop on my test bench so maybe I can help.

First, I'd like to know three things.

1. Have you tried a wired connection and if so, what happened?

2. You mentioned that you have a wireless signal. Does that mean that you see the wireless connection manager in the lower right of your desktop by the time and it shows the bars indicating signal strength? (I can't see it in your screenshots in the other thread)

3. And the obvious question (but I have to ask) did this work before you ran Combofix?


EDIT: I read more of your logs from the other thread. I fixed a computer last week with a similar virus that was using ESET Nod for the virus scanner and after cleaning it the ESET antivirus was broken and had to be uninstalled/reinstalled. That may be something to try, especially if a wired connection does not work.

Edited by James Litten, 16 September 2012 - 09:05 PM.

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