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    Getting an error message "Windows Cannot Find Networks"

    I have computer where windows XP is installed with windows vista. I use linksys WUSB3000N wireless USB card. I have always used it without any issue but the same is not working with windows vista. After normal startup, it shows an error "Windows Cannot Find Networks". I have also reset my BIOS but still failed to fix it. What should I do?



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    Support Array
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    Re: Getting an error message "Windows Cannot Find Networks"

    Try to start the Wireless service i.e WLAN AutoConfig manually. Only an administrator can do this so login as Admin. Click on start button, Type "services.msc" in the search box and hit the "Enter" button on your keyboard. Now locate "WLAN AutoConfig" service and double click on it to open the "Properties" window. Then move to "General" tab and change the startup type to "Automatic". Click on "Start" button to start it. Once done, click on "Apply" and then on "Ok". If you are using any antivirus then disable it temporarily. If it doesn't fix your issue then use the "SFC /SCANNOW" command in command prompt.
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    Re: Getting an error message "Windows Cannot Find Networks"

    hello
    .......................... dear friend
    *************************************** i try to resolve your problem******************************
    .....................First install antivirus software and scan whole system and make virus free.
    ........................Install antivirus software and scan your computer with that.
    .........................Antivirus scanning will fix all the virus file and make your system workable.
    ………………Now click on Open Network and Sharing Center link.
    ………………After clicking you will get the Network and sharing window.
    …………….Now click on Change adapter settings.
    ………………After clicking you will get the installed modem.
    ………………Right click on it and click on Properties.
    ………………Now click on Configure button.
    ………………Configure dialog box will open after clicking.
    .......................Now check your internet connection is proper and working well.
    ......................Make your internet connection as fast as you can.
    .....................Now launch web browser and go to trusted game site.
    ................After doing so your problem will be solve.
    ***********************************thank you *************************

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    Dk Boss Array
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    Re: Getting an error message "Windows Cannot Find Networks"

    Attempt to begin with your Instant support i.e WLAN AutoConfig manually. Just a good owner is able to do that so login seeing that Admin. Click on begin key, Sort "services.msc" in the seek box thus hitting your "Enter in" key for your keyboard. At this moment discover "WLAN AutoConfig" support and dual select that to open your "Properties" window. After that proceed to "Common" hook and change your medical kind to help "Automatic ".Click on "Begin" key to begin with it. Once accomplished, select "Utilize" and after that time "Okay ".If you work with any kind of antivirus subsequently eliminate that temporarily. If doesn't necessarily deal with your situation subsequently utilize the "SFC /SCANNOW" order around order prompt.

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