I have a realtek 8192se.. I decided to upgrade the drivers due to poor network performance. Once I did this I found that it installed correctly but I was unable to get a list of any wifi's to connect to. When I ran a troubleshoot It came back with "Windows couldn't bind ip protocol stack" driver may not be installed correctly.
I have tried reinstall the driver - downgrade driver Many restarts.
Everything seems ok expect the fact that I have no wifi. Its like the wifi card is turned off, which of course it is not
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This issue can be caused by compatibility issues between the DHCP server and Windows 7. It can also be caused by the network adapter drivers and security programs.
First, I suggest you access Windows 7 Compatibility Center and verify whether the Wireless adapter is compatible with Windows 7. If the adapter is not listed or there is no driver for Windows 7, I suggest you reinstall it the driver for Windows Vista or Windows XP in Compatibility Mode.
Marked as answer byNovak WuThursday, March 25, 2010 2:02 AM
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