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Wireless Conection Problems


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#1 MongoJerry36

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Posted 17 February 2007 - 09:22 PM

Hello,
My laptop has had recent problems with its connection such as being stuck at "acquiring network address". It will sit there for 10-20 mins or until I shut off the computer and it never goes away. I did some research and found out that there was something in the registry. I followed the steps and Microsoft told me to delete a registry key. I did that and restarted. Now nothing is connected and the only thing in the network connection folder is Local Area Connection. I also did not back up the registry, which now I realize was not smart. I tried to re-enter the key, identical as it was but was unsuccessful.

The key which I deleted was this path in the registry.
Local machine--> system-->currentcontrolset-->services-->symtdi-->dependonservice

My Machine is a:
Compaq Presario V2000

Windows XP Home SP2

80 GB Hard Drive

1 GB Ram

AMD Turion 64

ATI RAEDON Xpress 200M

Thanks
Rick

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Posted 18 February 2007 - 12:39 PM

SORRY, I REALIZED I WAS IN THE WRONG FORUM FOR MY PROBLEMS...PLEASE DELETE THIS POST.




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