03-31-2012, 07:53 PM
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Join Date: Mar 2012
| | Five hours later.....
wanted to post the fix that was *finally* found (in hopes of helping someone else) -
First, turns out the 'other' laptop was not connected to our secure network, but another unsecure network in the neighborhood.
After HOURS of scouring, we reset the router's password, shut down the computers, rebooted and the error was gone!
Actually - following a second password change (as a test) the power-down was not required.
Lastly, sometime thorough - changed from using the INTEL Pro program to Windows for management.
<---the face of relief that it WORKS!!!!