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Unidentified network Windows 7


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#1 BuddyFoster

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Posted 05 August 2013 - 09:09 AM

Ok so I have seen a lot of forums about this but most of them are older and I'm having a problem now. I have an ax4300g u4802 and have been plagued by all the problems that have come with the model. I have sent it back to acer twice and thru a second secondary warranty for problems with it not turning on. My problem now (this actually happened once before but I was sending it in anyway) is that I'm getting the unidentified network message when trying to get online. It was happening only when I turned the computer completely off. Then if i restarted a bunch of times and unplugged it for a while, it would miraculously start working again. Now I have several laptops and phones that work of the the wireless fine. I can even plug the dsl that is in my acer into an old hp and it still works like a champ. So far I have
1 reset router
2 reset ip address
3 deleted bonjour
4 checked for the ##apple program in services
5 made sure my internet prot's (4 & 6) are set to auto obtain
6 i've run someone's flush program
7 i've restored to a point when it seemed to be working (i guess that's not true, at the time of this restore if I had turned off the computer i would've been plagued the same way)
8 i've disabled and re-enabled the connection
9 i have completely removed mcafee(months ago)
10 disconnected the router and ran directly to computer

I've tried these all in different combinations and orders. I really don't know what else to do. I'm going to my parents house in a few days and i'm gonna try to hook it up there. Don't know if that should make a difference but at this point I'm grasping at straws. I'm running windows 7. I mean, I just got it back from the secondary warranty near the end of april 2013 and so it was pretty much returned to stock. I haven't been downloading much on it, thats what I use my old dinosaur hp for. Help me, please help me.

 



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