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How did I not read your post? I did explain that my oldest machine runs wired and that I suggested, if it is possible, to try and reinstall 7?
Guess you guys didn't read it all, I'm on the SAME MACHINE with the SAME CABLE with the SAME ROUTER on my Ubuntu Partition, and it works fine so it's NOT a problem with:Cable, router, modem, it's definitely a problem with the OS, also, I did try putting in a static IP to disable DHCP and no help.
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Posted 26 November 2013 - 04:01
Windows 7 learns how one does thins.. So doing something repeatedly helps...
If u press the Unidentified Network in network and sharing center you should get to the network... then pop-up comes up and if your network search is not on then the pop-up has a button to choose "make my network private/home" click that, then wait a while.. it should form the connection.
If tired of waiting one can also launch elevated cmd type ipconfig /renew
And it should make the connection pretty soon.