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#1 s0le


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Posted 06 February 2013 - 04:01 PM

Yesterday, each of the wireless devices on my network one by one lost connectivity. More specifically, Windows cannot configure this wireless connection, but it is specified in active directory to use the wireless zero config. The first one that came in I thought it must be corrupt drivers. The second one that came in didn't even get me suspicious, but then slowly they all fell off. Eset, malwarebytes, thirtyseven4, emco, didn't detect anything, dial-a-fix didn't touch it, and when I download msert (they all have wired network working) and it says this version has expired for your computer but my clock and date are correct. I am not sure where to go now.

Edit: Moved topic from Breaking Virus & Security News to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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#2 noknojon


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Posted 08 February 2013 - 06:26 PM

Yesterday, each of the wireless devices on my network one by one lost connectivity.

Please list the number of computers involved, and if this is a Home or Business network.

Have you contacted your Internet Provider to be sure it is not at their end ??


(they all have wired network working) < < Are you able to connect direct via Wired ??


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