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09-13-2017 10:39 PM
How can I fix the problem ?
Thank you all for your attention
09-17-2017 10:01 AM
Use something like inSSIDer to view networks?
Establish a WiFi card is present?
inSSIDer showing network activity.
The commands :-
netsh wlan show interfaces netsh wlan show drivers
may very well give clues about the status of the card.
There is an option sometimes to connect to a WiFI even if it is not broadcasting it's SSID, which suggests that hidden WiFi SSID's will not show as available for connection.
There are a string of other commands, some of which may help.
ping LOOPBACK ping 220.127.116.11 netsh interface ip show interface ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /registerdns netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew nslookup /ns ipconfig -all msinfo32 arp /a netsh wlan show profiles @ECHO @ECHO PLEASE NOTE any NETWORK-SSID name(s) @ECHO you the PASSPHRASE (KEY CONTENT) to. set /p wkey=Please type in the SSID Please type in the SSID netsh wlan show profile name=%wkey% key=clear
If in doubt please ask.
09-21-2017 02:34 AM
The pc is actually connected via ethernet cable, and when I try to see the networks available in Wi-Fi it tells me there are no networks, but in reality there are a lot of networks available, my laptop is connected via Wi-Fi without problems...