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Vista PC don't See the Existing Network
I have this lap top which I get on a small wireless network at work with. There was no problem for 6 months. I leave for the weekend. Come back on Monday morning, there's no connection. Look in the "available" wireless networks, and the network my boss has set up is not on the list.
I ask the couple of the other people who have access and none have a problem.
I ask my boss if he's changed anything in his settings and he says "no".
I get into:
Network and Internet > Network Connections
and right click on my "wireless network connection" icon, "disable" it and "enable" again.
The name of our network appears. Since the "connect" button on the bottom of the window is disabled, I double click on the network name. I get this:
Windows cannot connect to this network
------> Connect to a different network
I click on the lower line(connect to a ...) and I go back to "connect to a network" window and now, the network's name is not there anymore.
I have done the disable and enable ritual a couple of times with the same results.
I left for home, where I have a wireless network set up there. I get on my home wireless network, no problem. Come back in the morning and all is the same.
Could anybody help?
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