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    “Network Connections” folder does not contain the list of Network Adapters in Windows 7

    I have Windows 7 in my System. I have a problem with the System. My “Network Connections” is empty and not showing the list of “Network Adapters”. I need to get the problem solved. I will be much thankful, if anyone solves the problem.



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    Re: “Network Connections” folder does not contain the list of Network Adapters in Windows 7

    Solution:
    STEP 1: Click Start and type “run”, hit Enter.
    STEP 2: Type “regedit” and hit Enter.
    STEP 3: “Registry Editor” Windows opens.
    STEP 4: Go to the location “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contr ol\Network”.
    STEP 5: On the right hand side, you can find the Boolean key “Config”.
    STEP 6: Select it and press “Delete”.
    STEP 7: Close the “Registry Editor” and open the “Network Connections” folder.
    STEP 8: It is no more empty and shows the list of Network Adapters, your problem is solved.
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