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Wireless adapter no connection

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VBdotnet2005
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Darr247Commented:
In Windows Explorer, please go to C:\Windows\Network Diagnostic
click on the xpnetdiag.xml file to select it, then click on it again to put it in Rename mode. Change the extension from XML to TXT, hit enter, answer Yes to the warning about changing the extension on a file.

In a reply below, check the Attach File box. When the Add File button appears click it, browse to the C:\Windows\Network Diagnostic folder, select xpnetdiag.txt and click Open. Back here, type, say, 'repair log' in the Description box by the filename.
Then click Submit.
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