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I am stuck. My lenovo is showing that it is not connected to a wireless network and has me stuck perpetually at public network! I cannot change it !!!!!

We had Norton 360 and removed it.. still nothing!!!!
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is this recent?  if yes, a system restore to a date before it happened can help you out quick
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Not sure when. It's strange the internet works but you do see the red x. Under network it shows connected to nothing. And public domain. Tried so many things and still no resolve.
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We have reset adapter" updated, rolled back, did the dcomcnfg. Tried so many things with no luck! Help someone anyone. I just want it gone. I cannot do a system restore because it does not have one from a few days ago... Any thoughts?
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then pick an older one!
you can also run sfc /scannow from an elevated command prompt
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What we had to do is remove all network settings, drivers, etc. And then reload and reinstall all of the drivers again and then it all worked. Another option is that if your computer is under warranty you can send it in. Make sure to back up first!
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It was a rather confusing situation as the wifi worked even though it showed the x.
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