Can't detect any networks

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Networking' started by mbox15, May 15, 2009.

  1. mbox15

    mbox15 New Member

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    Hey everyone. I just installed 7100 a couple days ago, and my wireless adapter can't seem to detect any networks. It is a D-Link DWA-552 N adapter, and my router is an Apple Airport Extreme. I've tried using drivers from DLink's website and running the setup in Vista compatibility mode, and also using the drivers that Windows 7 provides. However, I keep getting the message "No connections are available". Using the adapter's software also yields an empty list with no networks around me. Placement isn't an issue because I have a laptop right beside my PC that can see other networks as well as my own.

    Has anybody else encountered this or have any suggestions? Any would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

    UPDATE
    I got it working! What I did was restart the WLAN AutoConfig service. Then right after I could see a bunch of networks and connect to my own.

    This is using the latest drivers Windows provides.

    Hopefully this helps if others run into the same problem.
     
    #1 mbox15, May 15, 2009
    Last edited: May 16, 2009

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