I have a Dell Laptop running Window 7 Ultimate. I have a Wired and a Wireless connection. This is just a home connection over my router. When I connect to either my Wired or Wireless connection I can get connected to the internet
but nothing shows up in the "View your active Networks". If I turn off my wireless connection, then turn it back on I will get the "Identifying in the "View your active Networks" but as soon as it connects it disappears.
I believe I am having some sort of registry problem but do not know what keys I need to look at. I added a new usb wireless network adapter and this one works and displays perfectly. When I select the "Active Network icon on the working
usb wireless adapter and go to the "Set Network Properties" and click the merge or delete network locations, I get another error. "Error creating a list of networks on the system." I deleted all of the other ones thinking that
this may fix my problem but that did not work. I know that I can connect but I cannot add a homegroup until I fix the wired and wireless connections! Thank you in advance!
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