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Q: No wireless networks found even they are available and wifi ...

Hi All, i cant see any available wireless networks even they are available and always i see red x mark on wirelss icon beside the clock. laptop : HP ProBook 4540sOS : windows 7 UltimateWiFi Adapter : Ralink RT3290 802.11bgn Wi-Fi Adapter i installed the latest update by connecting laptop to eithernet cable and searching throw devise manager, alwas it says :"the best driver software for your device is up to date" please any idea to help. thanks in advance.











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Preferred Solution: No wireless networks found even they are available and wifi ...

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

A: No wireless networks found even they are available and wifi ...

Many thanks for your fast answer, actually this problem solved by changing the country/region of wifi adapter from device manager i tried more than region till i got access to available networks.thanks again

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Hi All, i cant see any available wireless networks even they are available and always i see red x mark on wirelss icon beside the clock. laptop : HP ProBook 4540sOS : windows 7 UltimateWiFi Adapter : Ralink RT3290 802.11bgn Wi-Fi Adapter i installed the latest update by connecting laptop to eithernet cable and searching throw devise manager, alwas it says :"the best driver software for your device is up to date" please any idea to help. thanks in advance.











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Many thanks for your fast answer, actually this problem solved by changing the country/region of wifi adapter from device manager i tried more than region till i got access to available networks.thanks again

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I have recently had a problem with my computer showing no wireless networks. There are other computers that can log on without a problem (obviously, one which I am using).

It is well noteworthy to mention that a few days ago there was an accidental download that initiated. Trendmicro caught it and says the last virus/malware found is: TROJ_DROPPER from C:\WINDOWS\system32\eventlog.dll.

(I thought trendmicro caught it, and Prevx cleaned my system, but it may be contributing to the problem or has done damage)

Since then, at school, I have noticed my computer was connected to the internet (I could still surf the web) but would say that it was NOT connected. When I went home, my computer would say it detected a wireless network, however, when I clicked on it it would say "no wireless network detected"

I tried a few things including:

1.Uninstalling the Network adaptor
Broadcom 802.11b/g WLAN and letting it reinstall on start-up (No luck)

2.running HostXpert

3.and a few other things like, checking to make sure some necessary functions are started such as the wireless zero config. (et al).Click to expand...

Here is my ipconfig report:

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\Documents and Settings\*************>ipconfig\all
The system cannot find the path specified.

C:\Documents and Settings\***********>ipconfig/all

Windows IP Configuration

Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Patrick
Primary Dns Suffix . . .... Read more

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I have Toshiba laptop and Win 7. It is brand new laptop and original windows. I tried to install AWUS036H and it was successful but unfortunately adapter doesn't detect any networks. It happened with my old laptop with Win 7(Acer) and I had to reinstall windows fresh and it worked. But I wouldn't like to do it again here. As you may see on picture internal adapter has X in corner and it is working but RTL8187 doesn't, it just says Enabled and nothing happens. No networks detecting. In device manager everything is fine, no yellow icons. Also it is not detected by my ipconfig/all command. The same thing happens in safe mode

Adapter is not broken, it is working on linux. This is image from win 8.1 but it happens on my Win 7

A:WiFi adapter finds no wireless networks. ends up with No networks

What driver is currently installed?

Try this

Download the latest ar956x driver from here:
https://www.atheros.cz/atheros-wirel...et=83&system=5

Version: 10.0.0.297
Release: 2014-07-22 [July '14]
OS: Windows 7 32/64bit
Status: WHQL
File: win7-10.0.0.297-whql.zip (2585 KB)

Unzip the package and note the location
Uninstall the driver from the device in Dev mgr, remove software if presented (checkbox or prompt)
then update the driver from within Dev mgr using the unzipped inf file

Some reports on the Qualcom board indicate that you might have success with an earlier version 10.0.0.263, but I only see 10.0.0.255 then 10.0.0.270 on the site I linked.

Try the newest first , then the 255 (270 was the one the poster on Qualcom complained about)

Maybe the Toshiba site has a version that works. My method is to install the base or original driver from the PC OEM support page and work up if the peripheral board driver doesn't help solve the issue.


Please fill in your SevenForums specs so members can be more help - All I know is that you have a Toshiba laptop with Win7 on it.

Please don't waste your time typing the information in a post - place it in your system specs - then any time you create a thread, people can look at your machine specs in the lower left hand corner of any post.

Specific model information is important, there are usually many Satelltite models.

See the Easy specs link in my signature for a tool that makes it really e... Read more

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Ok so here's the thing. Installed W8 pro with media centre (x86). Everything worked fine, connected to internet wirelessly no problem. Then after a couple of days I get no networks found out of the blue for no apparent reason.

Here are the facts:

Router/internet connection is fine, other devices in my house still connect fine.
Network card fine. Have the most up to date drivers, device working properly etc etc.
If I connect pc to router with ethernet cable I can get on internet fine.
If I do a troubleshoot it just tells me to investigate router or access point issues (turn router off for 10 seconds etc). Like I said, router is fine; NO networks are found, neighbour's one usually comes up but not any more.

Any help appreciated!

A:Wifi - No networks found

Maybe your neighbor quit broadcasting SSID. Go to Starbucks and check their wireless out, assuming your router isn't wireless. Is your router wireless? Are there any wireless computers at your place connecting wirelessly via your router? Could a mechanical wifi switch on your computer have been accidentally turned off.

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After upgrading from win 8.1 to windows 10 problem having to connect to wifi. "No wifi networks found".Tried everything, drivers uptodate, no notices in device manager.Wireless adapter : Realtek RTL8732BE wireless LAN 802.11n PCI-E NIC

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After upgrading from win 8.1 to windows 10 problem having to connect to wifi. "No wifi networks found".Tried everything, drivers uptodate, no notices in device manager.Wireless adapter : Realtek RTL8732BE wireless LAN 802.11n PCI-E NIC

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So, I can't connect to my WiFi, everytime I try it says "can't connect to this network" and then my laptop says no connections are available but then after a couple minutes , they're back but I still have the same issue
 

A:Can't connect to network/No WiFi networks can be found

What security software (firewall, security suite, anti-virus, etc.) is, or ever was, on the system?
 

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My 2016 ProBook 455 was in standby mode and hot to the touch, so I opened it up to make sure everything was OK. Apparently it had gotten so hot it shut itself down (though I don't know how?the vents weren't blocked and it wasn't even doing anything), and now that it's booted back up my wifi icon has a red X in the corner and says "No wifi networks found". My wifi is working fine on my phone and desktop; I even rebooted the router just to be sure. All the built-in Windows 10 and HP diagnostic tools say there's no problem, but it's still not detecting any wifi networks (not even the 10 others I regularly see from elsewhere in my apartment building). Help, please!

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Suddenly my wifi started showing "No Networks Found"  with a red cross mark on WiFi symbol on taskbar, i had tried several method of fixing it by spending hours on internet but it didn't worked. I had updated the Wireless driver, flushed dns cache, unchecked the "Allow this computer to turn this device off", Reset router and a lot of things but i was unsuccessful al the time. Please help me, i am having a lot of trouble! HP Model : HP Notebook - 15-r202tx 

A:Suddenly my wifi started showing "No Networks Found" with a...

Hi @vivekcoool21, Welcome to the HP Forum! I am pleased that you have become a HP Forum member.  It is such a wonderful site to find answers and tips. Here is a link to guide you   to having the most rewarding experience and answer any concerns about posting.: First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More  I understand that you suddenly lost your WiFi and you have the message :"No Networks Found" with a red cross on it.  Please try the following by @Great-Deku-Tree: First, we have a step by step guide to walk you through the troubleshooting process here: Troubleshooting Your Wireless Network and Internet Connection A second option, is to try these steps:Power cycle the network:1. Shut down your notebook.2. Unplug the power to your router.3. Unplug the power to your modem.4. Wait at least 45 seconds.5. Plug in the modem, and wait for it to come back online.6. Plug in the router, and wait for it to come back online.7. Turn on your notebook, and test your connection.Disable the Power Off option for the adapter:1. Open Device Manager. (Win Key+R > type devmgmt.msc > OK)2. Expand the Network adapters.3. Right-click on the Ethernet/Wireless Adapter and click Properties.4. Click the Power Management tab.5. Remove the check mark beside Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.6. Click OK.7. Test.Reset the TCP/IP settings on your PC:1. Go to your start screen/menu and type CMD.2. Right- click on ... Read more

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Hello,

I am not able to connect to my wireless network. This is my Compaq laptop, with Windows XP Pro, and Intel PRO wireless 2200BG.

I am sure nothing is wrong with the wireless router or the connection. I am able to connect to it (and couple of other unsecured networks) from my work laptop. I have downloaded and installed the latest driver from Intel. In the device network connection properties it does say 'This device is working properly'.

I loaded the registry file (/config/software) from my old/crashed hard drive. (as I was having problem with windows activation). I don't know if that messed something up.

Any suggestion on how this can be fixed.

Thanks.
 

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XP shows wireless networks detected but when I click on view wireless networks none are found. It occasionally will log onto an open network but I have no idea when and why. Issue began after I got a virus and ran malware bytes and SUPERAntiSpyware on machine. I have checked the wireless zero configuration in services and it says it is running. I even restarted it an rebooted. Nothing works. I've even uninstalled the wireless network driver and allowed it to reinstall on startup multiple times. PLEASE HELP

I am running Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3 Build 2600 on a HP Mini 1151nr with a Broadcom wireless card.

A:Wireless Networks not found

Open IE, click tools/Internet Options/Connections/Lan Setting and make sure all the check boxes are cleared. Open a command prompt, type the following without the quotes and paste the results back here, "ipconfig /all".

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i have a fujitsu amilo 1718 laptop which will no longer connect to the router using wireless. two other pc's in the house can still access the internet wirelessly. the laptop itself can connect with an ethernet cable but when wireless it cannot find any networks. ~The first time it failed there were orange triangles next to the drivers for the network drivers in device manager. when i connected up via cable it automatically found new drivers but still no wireless networks can be found. i have tried uninstalling the network adaptor and reinstalling. i have reinstalled the drivers. the advanced tab for the network adaptor says it is working fine - the drivers are the most uptodate available. anyone got any ideas? thanks

A:wireless networks not found

Ugh, quite possibly you cards bunk... The card picks up no networks at all?

You should have some launch keys... Ones for the wlan... Try using that. Its odd the system recognizes the card, but can't use it.

Mite have to get a usb adapter, sucks but it works.

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hi,

i have an acer laptop that is about 2yrs old that i use every now and then to go on the internet. Just recently i have been connecting to the internet wirelessly through the router connected to the main computer in the house but it only stays connected for approx. 30mins and will then disconnected and will not allow me to reconnect or even find any wireless networks. i know its not the router itself because my iphone can still find wireless networks and connect to them!

i mainly want to know if i can fix it or if i can't, how much will it cost to fix.

can someone please help!!!
 

A:no wireless networks found

Could be interferance from another device, wireless card going bad,

What model of Acer? What OS?
What wireless card?

Start, Control Panel, Device Manager, click + by Network Adapters to expand the list so you can post here.
Any yellow or red circles showing?
 

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I was able to access my network until I tried to run a Linksys CD that came with a USB wireless adapter. When i ran the CD it popped up and closed before i could see what it said but now i cant get on my network and get the "No Wireless networks were found in range".

Netstumbler says i have no wireless adapter found but the device manager says this device is working properly.

My wireless adapter is an MSI mp54g2 built into a Averatec 6200 laptop. I have no WEP, firewalls or ad hock settings going on. All of the support ive found says that i should just be able to click on my network but it isnt showing up.

Thanks for any help
 

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My wireless used to work on my HP Pavilion dv8000 laptop with windows xp. Everything seems to be working but when I try to locate my wireless network in the same room none are found. I brought it to other locations with wifi and it has the same problem (no networks found).
This is done when I click on the small wireless icon on the lower right side of my screen.
Now here's what I find strange.
When I click on the Internet Explorer and "diagnose connection problems" the network diagnostics for windows xp comes up, I select wireless connection and every wireless connection in the area is displayed. I highlight my network (that has a full signal) and click "next" and I get the message:
This computer is set up to use 802.1x authentication and directs me to open up "network connections" and select the network i want to make any changes to but I'm back to the "NO networks found".
I bought a new laptop and had no problem attaching to my network all I have to do is select my network and enter my password. I also have an iphone and ipad and 2 "smart" tv's and I'm able to attach to the wireless network without any issues.
I bought a usb wireless adapter and installed it in my laptop and it detects the usb adapter but again won't detect any networks!
I brought the computer to the geek squad at a local Best Buy and they where baffled too.
They suggested re-loading windows and doing a FULL recovery. I did that and ... Read more

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Hi... PLease help

I have been looking through all kinds of reasons why this may be and I am at a loss now!

I have been using wireless network with Sky and Vista OS with no problems at all until today when my laptop will not find ANY Networks. I know it's not my Modem as I'm using it now on my other laptop. There are other networks in my range now, but my other comp won't find them either.

My drivers in device manager are:
REALTEK RTL8187B Wireless 802.1b/g 54Mbs USB 2.0 Network adapter
Nvidia nForce Networking controller (although I don't think this one matters for this problem!)

Should I have any others within there?

I cannot think of anything else to try.

The only thing that I have recently changed was I installed itunes yesterday...

Any help please guys... Really need it up and running again ASAP!
 

A:No wireless Networks Found.

Does the adapter work, or at least detect networks, on another computer?
 

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Hi my HP notebook model no15-ac042TU is not detecting any wireless networks. I tried to download the drivers but when I was trying to reinstall them it is giving error and is not getting installed. Can you please help me?

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I am trying really hard to help my mother with her laptop issues, but I still can't seem to figure it out:S

Her laptop does have a wireless network adapter and it has worked many times before, but she usually just uses wired connection. She hasn't used the wireless capabilities in quite some time. I just bought a new wireless router so we could connect wirelessly intead. My computer connects perfectly, but her computer won't show the network. But i know this isnt the router's problem because when she searches for networks, NONE are shown.. and we are in an apartment building.. there are hundreds of those networks around here, and i see them on my list of shown networks.

Can anyone please help as to why, even after updating the adapter, and all this other basic stuff, that her wireless adapter isnt showing anything at all? i'd really appreciate the help. Thank you for reading
 

A:No wireless networks found in range??

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New NEC iSelect M5210 laptop from Ebuyer. XP-Home built-in Atheros AR5005G wireless, connecting to Netgear DG834G Wireless ADSL router. When first set it up, laptop could not find my wireless router. Connected to router via Ethernert completed setup then noticed Wireless network had been found. After 3 weeks of no trouble, switched on today & L/T cannot find Wireless Network. Router is OK as my other wireless attached PC works fine. The built in wireless connection says it is OK, have disable/enabled, basically when I try & refresh netwoirk list it finds nothing. Any ideas?? Could it be a failed network connector in the PC (even though XP says the device has no problems) AVG A/V, standard XP Home Firewall, latest updates. Tried Restore back several days, still will not find Wireless Neyworks. Was working fine!
 

A:No wireless networks were found within range

Yes it could be a failed network adapter.

XP is very very poor at detecting when a network adapter has gone bad, infact I've had at least 3 network cards die on me over the years, and EVERY time XP said it was fine.
 

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hi i have a problem with my Toshiba Qosimio F20 running on Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2
I install Kaspersky Pure 2.0 and reboot the PC and the wireless internet stops working, (although i never had such a problem with this PC)
i try to search for wireless networks but non are found in range although if i search using Config Free Program (came with the PC from Toshiba) it finds the networks
What could the problem be ???
 

A:Solved: No Wireless Networks Were Found

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Just purchased a Belkin wireless G+ Mimo USB adapter to use on my rather old Dell Laptop running Windows 2000.
I've installed all the software but the adapter cannot find any networks even when i'm sitting next to my Netgear Router.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

A:Belkin Wireless - no networks found

Are you sure the drivers are compatible with 2K?

Let's see this:

Hold the Windows key and press R, then type CMD to open a command prompt:

In the command prompt window that opens, type type the following command:

Note that there is a space before the /ALL, but there is NOT a space after the / in the following command.

IPCONFIG /ALL

Right click in the command window and choose Select All, then hit Enter.
Paste the results in a message here.

If you are on a machine with no network connection, use a floppy, USB disk, or a CD-RW disk to transfer a text file with the information to allow pasting it here.
 

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Have a Surface Pro 3 with Windows 8.1 on that's been running fine. Installed a few weeks ago the latest Firmware Pack, February 2016 and no problems after that. Recently the updates released in February have been installed.
Last week it suddenly didn't show any wireless networks anymore, and noticed that  all Bluetooth items were hidden and greyed out in Device Manager so seems to have something to do with it. There's also no option in any menus to enable or disable Bluetooth
event if it's enabled in Bios.
Have tried removing the Wifi adapter from Device Manager and remove drivers and reinstall but with no luck. Any ideas where to continue?

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Greetings,
I recently reloaded afresh Window XP PRO on my Gateway notebook (it originally had XP Home loaded) using drivers listed on the Gateway site. Everything, ie, all drivers appear to have loaded correctly including my Broadcom 802.11g Wireless Network Adapter. It shows that it is working and enabled, but no wireless networks appear as available for connection. I have tried this in various locations with various broadcasters, but no network ever shows up.

Any clues as to how to enable this feature? Did I miss something?

Thanks for any help,
Pradhan
 

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I have an old Sony Vaio laptop, it does not have internal wireless card so I use a PCMCIA wireless card in it. I just installed windows XP Pro with SP2. The laptop came with XP Home before sp1.

Anyway? I can?t see any wireless networks and I have 3 of them in my room.

I have put in another hard drive into the unit and restored the computer to factory settings and the PCMCIA wireless card works fine. (This laptop is too old to have built in wireless so no on/off switch here)
I have installed all the drivers for the laptop and there are no issues in device manager.
I know my network adapter is Enabled so no issues there.
I have tried restarting zero wireless config service. No luck there.
I?ve reinstalled the wireless driver. No luck

I?m wondering I have the wireless working on one hard drive and not working on another. I?ve upgraded them both to SP2, the only difference is one is home and one is pro, and the home is factory settings. However I?ve uninstalled all programs on the factory drive hoping there was extra software that would cause it to stop working and I could just reinstall that.

The wireless appears to be working but I cannot view any. It says there are no wireless networks available.

Is there anything I can copy from the factory drive?
Any other ideas of what could be wrong here?

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hello... i need some help.. i did something to my daughter laptop acer aspire one (the small ones) .. we can't get internet... "no wireless networks were found in range"... the list dissapear... needdddd helppp.. plssss
thanks,
margamex

A:acer aspire one no wireless networks were found...

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Originally Posted by margamex


hello... i need some help.. i did something to my daughter laptop acer aspire one (the small ones) .. we can't get internet and get the message: "no wireless networks were found in range" The list of available networks disappeared. I need help please.
thanks,
margamex




What "something" did you do ?

Have you turned on the wireless button ? Is there a light on indicating the wireless is turned on (the radio icon) ?

How many networks do you usually see available ? Is it possible that there really aren't any networks broadcasting in your area ? Do you see networks available from another computer ?

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Hi :)

I'm on a HP Compaq 6715s running Windows XP Pro, SP3. I've been using this laptop since September- it was in its 'original' state as it was bought in 07, but never used. Everything was fine with it until yesterday, when -after a restart- I couldn't connect to the my network anymore. At first the system forgot it even had a wireless function, but that was fairly easily resolved. Now the problem is that when I boot it up, I get a popup saying that there are wireless networks detected, but when I click on it, it searches for a bit and says that there are no networks in range.

These are things I know for a fact:

-My wireless adapter is ON (100%, yes, I've checked).
-My router is working fine. My phone can connect, so can another laptop in the house.
-Even if my router wasn't (which it is), there are at least 10 other networks around here.
-I can connect via LAN.


Things I've tried already (that I can remember):

-Windows Zero Configuration (I think that's what it's called), turned on
-Tried uninstalling/letting it reinstall on reboot; no effect
-Drivers
-Turning on any relevant services (services.msc), but I'm no expert on this
-Turning it off and on again (woo...)
-Yelling at it in frustration


Some readouts:

Device Manager>Network Adapters>Broadcom 802.11b/g WLAN
Driver Date: 12/10/2006 (as in 12th Nov), Driver Version: 4.100.15.5

Cmd>ipconfig /all: (the bit that's about wireless)


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A:[SOLVED] No wireless networks were found in range.

Also just to add, I can't do a system restore as I had it turned off (accidentally), it's on now, but as I noticed after the problem occurred, no point using it.

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Hi, I have a Satellite that will cannot find any wireless networks, and I think it's virus related.

Opening Internet Explorer gives me a pop-up that reads:



System Error!
Your system is infected with dangerous virus!
Note: Strongly Recommend to install antispyware program to clean your system and avoid total crash of your computer!Click to expand...

I need to dl AVG, adaware & spybot, but I cannot connect, so I have to troubleshoot the network to get online. I went to Toshiba.com to find a repair utility to maybe reinstall missing drivers or whatever the utilities do, but there were 42 downloads! :rolleyes:

Then someone told me to get the Ultimate Boot CD, but that has so many options, I'm scared I'll break the PC!

Any ideas?

Thanks!​
 

A:No wireless networks were found in range, Virus Related

pawn3d said:



Hi, I have a Satellite that will cannot find any wireless networks, and I think it's virus related.

Opening Internet Explorer gives me a pop-up that reads:

I need to dl AVG, adaware & spybot, but I cannot connect, so I have to troubleshoot the network to get online. I went to Toshiba.com to find a repair utility to maybe reinstall missing drivers or whatever the utilities do, but there were 42 downloads! :rolleyes:

Then someone told me to get the Ultimate Boot CD, but that has so many options, I'm scared I'll break the PC!

Any ideas?

Thanks!​Click to expand...

First off, the pop-up is probably spyware advertising it self. If you get the pop up, then the Satellite is
a. either already connected or
b. has connected in the past.

Since you are able to post, why not use the machine you are posting from to download HijackThis, AVG, Adaware and Spybot. Then burn a CD with the files on it.

ALSO, check and make sure the wireless lan switch on the Satellite, either on the front, or the side is turned ON. The default is for them to be OFF.

Larry
 

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I have XP Pro on an IBM T42 laptop. Had significant trouble with trojans/malware recently, but believe I have cleaned and recovered.

Currently my wireless network at home is functioning OK. But when I go to "View Wireless Networks" it says that there are "No wireless networks in range." Also when I go to Advanced Settings, there is no data listed under "Preferred Networks."

I have two concerns. First I am wondering if there is still some residual effect from the malware that I should be concerned about. Second, when I travel I cannot search for available wireless networks because the utility always reports that none are available, even though some networks certainly are.

Thanks very much for any advice and help.
 

A:Solved: XP wireless network - no networks found message

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Every day both at home and at work my computer is connecting to internet upon booting up, but quickly, the signal symbol at the bottom right (near time and date) turns to a yellow warning sign. Once this happens, a red "x" will show and the message 'No wireless networks found' will come up. All of my mobile devices, and all other computers at work don't seem to be having this problem, which rules out any issues with the routers involved. Even when I lose connection on my laptop, all other devices remain connected. I've searched through the forums for a solution  but I haven't come across one.  

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I recently installed a Dell wireless PCI 1520 card into a Dell XPS. I can see my home network but it shows no signal strength. I can connect to my wifi network with my smart phone and my wife's laptop can connect without a problem. The desktop will connect when hardwired. I've done the usual rebooting of the router modem and computer but still the same problem.

A:installed wireless card in desktop and wifi networks have no strength

Did you have an antenna supplied with the card?

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I currently have a Qualcom Wireless AC Card in my Yoga 920. When I change wifi networks, I don't always get the internet going right away (we have 2 networks at home and several different networks in the office). I would need to right click on the wifi icon in the task bar and click on troubleshoot, then wait for it to fix itself. This happens probably 90% of the time when I change networks (ie Home network, then when at the office, I connect to the Work network and have to perform the troubleshoot to get the internet going then vice versa when back home. Or even changing between our 2 different Home networks - as in from different ISPs and not just changing between 2.4 and 5ghz connection). Also, is there something wrong with Chrome for the 920? When I change networks, and get the internet going (as in the wifi icon property says that there is internet and the yellow triangle exclamation is not present anymore), google chrome does not automatically connect to the internet and load pages. Edge, on the other hand, does not have issues upon gaining internet connection after the troubleshoot. For reference, I have a custom built desktop. I have an Intel AC 8265 in it, and it does not have this issue when switching between our home networks and chrome does not any issue as well. So yeah, I have two issues. Any ideas? 

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I am getting the above message when trying to install a new wireless router. I can not seem to find where to point the desktop to. Any suggestions?
 

A:No wireless networks found in range. Make sure the switch on you computer is on

What? When I see that message I think of a laptop with the integrated wireless adapter switched off. If that's your situation, switch the wireless on.

What is the brand and model of the computer and the wireless adapter?

By the way, what does this have to do with "installing" a router?
 

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Hi, I've searched for about an hour and a half around the forums to try and find the answer to this but I didn't. I'd rather not bring my laptop to the store for repairs since I don't know when I'll see it back !!

I have a laptop, about 2 years old. Worked almost flawlessly until recently. It's a toshiba satellite celeron 2.8 I believe with 768 megs of RAM.
I have a problem with my wireless connection. Recently, it started "not finding available networks". It's stupid because the wireless card actually works since I'm connected right now, as I am typing this. My card automatically connects to the last network it was in, so I can only connect to a random network that is around my house, but not my actual one. I cannot change my connection to my own router since it says "No wireless networks found in range". It's not cool because now, at school, I can't get on the network since it can't find it...

The Network stumbler finds 8 connections around my house, but the "wireless network connection" window doesn't.

I reinstalled my drivers, I tried playing in the services and msconfig-boot utilities to see if I had disabled something... nothing.

anybody ever saw something like that ?
thanks a lot in advance.
 

A:Connected to wireless network but says "No wireless networks were found in range" !!!

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Hi and Greetings from Lima, Peru !!!!

I am trying to help my daughter who has a VAIO SVE1511PGXS laptop running Windows 7 64 Bits Home Premium with a weird problem in that the available nearby WIFI networks are not "SEEN" or shown when hovering the mouse over the WIFI icon on the task bar.

If you add a WIFI network by hand the laptop will connect and work normally but if you move to another location and need to change to a different access point the available networks will not show and you need to enter the network again manually. INSSIDER or similar programs will show available networks without a problem.

The laptop has a QUALCOMM ATHEROS AR9485WB-EG wireless/bluetooth combination card and have already tried updating the drivers (to bothe the SONY website version and the Qualcomm version) with no results.

Have uninstalled Sony's EASY CONNECT and Smart Network and also unistalled/reinstalled the Client for Microsoft Networks as suggested in several places but problem persists. The WIFI service (WLAN AUTO CONFIG) starts automatically and does not report errors.

Have also tried resetting WINSOCK and TCPIP but no dice....

My daughter is not sure when this problem started (several months ago) but she believes it happened after installing a group of Windows updates several weeks ago....

At this point it would appear to be that the only remedy would be a full Windows 7 reinstall but my daughter has TONS of email, pictures, documents. etc and reinstallin... Read more

A:Weird WIFI Problem: Unable to "SEE" available wireless networks

You could see this thread regarding the zero-config service. Or maybe qualcomm or sony have firmware separate from the actual drivers.

If it comes to a reinstall, MigWiz will transfer all the settings and documents with a few clicks. Always have a separate backup though.

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Hi,

I have a little problem.My wireless connection on my PC isn't working.Yesterday it was working fine.What can I do?

Specs:

TP-LINK TL-WR340G Router
Windows XP SP3
Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E5200 @ 2.50GHz
2.00 GB Ram
nVidida GeForce GTS 250

Please help me!

Ansewered questions:

Have you checked to be sure the router is working?
How many networks do are you normally able to see with your machine?
Have you tried restarting the machine, uninstalling the wireless adapter drivers and re-installing?

1st question:it is working
2nd question:now i cant see anyone.
3rd question:yes

Are you on a desktop or a laptop? Are you using Windows to search for the networks or an application that came with the wireless adapter?

I'm on a desktop.I am using Windows to search for networks!
 

A:"No wireless networks found in range"

Have you checked to be sure the router is working?
How many networks do are you normally able to see with your machine?
Have you tried restarting the machine, uninstalling the wireless adapter drivers and re-installing?
 

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I'm using a Dell Inspiron laptop with a Netgear wireless router. Everything has been working without any problems for 2 yrs until this weekend when I noticed that in the 'wireless network connection' it says "no wireless networks found in range".

When I discovered this problem I assumed that the server at the hotel was down so I didn't worry until I got home and still had the same problem. Only difference was that at home my laptop connected to the internet even though the 'wireless network connection' still says "no wireless networks found in range".

I am confident that it's not my router because my other laptop is working fine. I am still connected to the internet... so why can't my wireless connections be viewed? There has always been at least 3 connections listed at any given time here at my house.

Any help would be helpful and gratefully appreciated. I am a novice so please use simple explainations with step by step directions.
Thanks for you time!!!
 

A:"no wireless networks found in range"

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My laptop model is L55-A5284 at Windows10 and the wireless card is REALTEK RTL8188EE. I was sharing the hotel wifi because it only allows one device but suddenly after a few days the wifi sharing programs keep saying I have no wireless card or AP mode not supported even though I can still connect to the internet through WiFi. I already updated Realtek Driver at Device Manager but still not working.

I have no clue what to do as the guides in the net aren't working and I'm running out of options
 

A:Wireless card not found on wifi sharing programs?

Bumping this
 

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Hi,

I was wondering if, in Windows 8, there's a way to configurity the priority/order of wireless networks? In Windows 7, it use to be under "Manage wireless networks", but I can't seem to find it in Win8. I have two wireless networks in my home, and Win8 always seems to pick the one with the weaker signal (farthest away).

Thanks,
Jim

A:No "Manage Wireless Networks" (order/prioritize wireless networks?)

Hi,

Found the answer:

Manage Wireless Networks observation

I added a shortcut on Desktop with:

explorer.exe shell:::{1fa9085f-25a2-489b-85d4-86326eedcd87}
and I can now bring up "Manage wireless networks" and change the network priority/order from there.

Jim

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Hi, guys. I'm having a heck of a time with setting up my wireless network. I have an old desktop wired to Netgear wgt624 and trying to connect my laptop wireless to share internet connection and files between the two computers. I want to transfer all large files from desktop to laptop so I could burn it on DVDs. I used to be able to share internet connection even though laptop speed was significantly lower than desktop it was o.k. for browsing internet. Settings for router: Network authentication=WPA-PSK, Data encryption=TKIP with network key and don't broadcast ssid. In the process of trying to make file sharing work I changed a couple of settings. I changed automatic IP address to static (copied from desktop), created same usernames for both computers (even though it doesn't ask to set a password for some reason), and made some files and drives "shared". Now I can't connect to internet either. It does show network in range however when I click on connect, it tries to connect and the moment it says "connected", the message "No wireless networks were found in range" comes up. Then I refresh network list and it shows my network is connected with excellent signal strength but I can't get online. I feel like giving up on this network thing. It's sooo frustrating. I was so happy when i was able to cruise internet in the livingroom instead of having to stay next to the cable modem but I'm sure it's worth all thi... Read more

A:"No wireless networks were found in range" after saying "connected".

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Hi
I have two networks showing. I use the one called Ghi
The second one I think is a leftover from when I had this computer set to share printing and files with another computer on my home network.
Is it safe to delete the second one if my assumption is true that it is a leftover?



Hasiel in Sunny AB

A:Two networks showing on my "Manage Wireless Networks" in Control Panel

If you're not using it, yes.

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I Have An HP Dv5t Pavilion With An Intel Pentium Dual CPU T3200 @ 2.00GHz, My Wireless Internal Network Card Is A "Broadcom 802.11b/g WLAN".

I Have Been Using This Laptop For 2 Months With No Problems At All. And Just On Thursday My Norton 60 Trial Ran Out, So Of Course I Deleted It From My Control Panel. And After That, Is When I Started Getting This Problem. I Have Looked Around The Web And Tried A Dozen Different Solutions That Do Not Work For Me. And It Has Been Pissing Me Off So Much To the Point Where I'm About To Format The Hard Drive. I Do Not Wish To Take Such Drastic Measures. So Will Any Of You Please Help Me

A:My Wireless And Wired Networks Only Show Up As "Unidentified/Local Only" Networks

First off, the capitalization of every word is a little annoying just fyi.

Second, try reinstalling drivers for your network card, and make sure your computer is updated. What are you using to monitor the WiFi card? The vista program or a third party program?

~Lordbob

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Hi All,

Here at work we recently had an access point installed for customer access to the internet. We have had no problems with anyone access the network until today. I am not that knowledgeable with wireless so please forgive me if I fail to give you what you need to help.

Installed:
D-Link DWL-G700AP Wireless Access point

normally customer just click on connect to networks and their adapter finds the many wireless networks in our area (about 8). They choose our network and type in the network key and they are connected.

We have a customer in this morning (now) that cannot connect.
Here is what I have found:

If you click on the wireless icon, choose connect to any network. You get: "Cannot find any network."

I then setup a connection manually; still does not find networks.

Here is the weird part: If you go into the Control Panel, choose Wireless Config Utility; Dell Wireless WLAN Card Utility, Choose site monitor site. It shows a list of the wireless networks and there signal strength. So the wireless adapter is receiving the wireless signals, but will not connect or show them in the list of wireless networks.

I would really appreciate help in figuring out what is keeping this computer from connecting.
 

A:Wireless adaptor cannot find networks, but shows signal levels in wireless utility

It shows a list of the wireless networks and there signal strength. So the wireless adapter is receiving the wireless signals, but will not connect or show them in the list of wireless networks.Click to expand...

I don't understand "It shows a list of the wireless networks" in the same paragraph with "will not ... show them in the list."
 

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Hey to TSG!!

I need help in this one. My Bluetooth used to capture others (with no password) wireless networks but if I do extensive use on it, it will not work. For one wireless network, it gets connected but nothing appears and for another, it doesnt get connected at all though it used to. They all are in low signal but they used to work fine!

I dont know what to do right now. Is my bluetooth screwed up? I used to download large files (more than 500 mb) before but now it doesnt get connected.

Please tell me what to do firstly!
 

A:Solved: HELP!! Bluetooth Wireless Doesn't Capture Wireless Networks Anymore!!

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This laptop has ALWAYS struggled to connect to some networks that my phone and tablet can connect to no problem, eg in hotels, Starbucks etc. Here is an example. I want to know why Lenovo doesn't connect to wifi, it's consistently infuriating and I may return the laptop to the retailer if I can't get a solution. Here's the network that my Android phone has no problem with: Yet when I connect with the laptop I get no Internet connection:I have installed the latest wireless drivers from Intel but still it does not work. IS this problem common? Is the problem with Intel or Lenovo? What can I do to fix it? Thanks

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Right now my whole apt complex is in a WEP protected wireless network that is connected to the internet. For some reason I can't get the 3 computers in my apt to file
share on the network (2pcs and 2 macs) (The guy who runs our network seems a little flaky so I'm a little hesisitant to ask him. Granted I don't know a lot
about networking myself).

I got a wireless router from netgear. What I would like to do is:
a) connect the computers in my apt (2 pcs and 2 macs) to each other and a network printer via the router w/o connecting to the net to create my own wireless network separate from the apt complexs network.

b) allow all the computers to connect to both my network and the apt complex's network at the same time (so I can print off the internet).

Is this possible? To do part b would I need to create a network bridge?

Also, is there a good online resource that's explains a lot of this stuff in a "netowrking for dummies" fashion?
 

A:2 wifi networks at once?

"... I can't get the 3 computers in my apt to file
share on the network (2pcs and 2 macs) ..."

It might just be a simple math problem.

To do your part b would require using two wireless adaptors in each computer. While I think part b can be done, it is quite an ambitious goal for someone who also asks for "netowrking for dummies"!

Your best solution would be to get a wireless bridge, which would allow you to connect your router to the apartment's wireless network. That allows the router to work the same as if your internet were cable or DSL. You would want an 802.11g of course, but here is an example of a 802.11b bridge: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicat...Sku=D700-2152&SRCCODE=WEBGOOAUT&CMP=KNC-GOOGL

Unless your apt. complex is using some kind of VPN to isolate each computer, the second best choice, my opinion, is to just get sharing working now. Note, though, that such sharing would extend to everybody else on the network unless you have a 3rd party firewall to limit access to only your other computers.
 

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