Error code 0x800706F7

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  1. cmsully7

    cmsully7 New Member

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    When I try to connect to my wireless router I get no connections available. I select troubleshoot and I get
    An error occurred while troubleshooting
    A problem is preventing troubleshooting from starting
    Package ID: Unknown
    Path:C:\Windows\diagnostics\system\networking
    Error code: 0x800706F7
    Source: Engine
    Context: Restricted

    I am running Windows 7, 4GB Ram, 64 Bit OS
    Can you please help me with this problem so I can use wireless again.
     

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  2. LRK

    LRK New Member

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    I'm having exactly the same problem! I just installed updates this morning, so I assume there's something wrong with the updates, but I don't know how to fix it.
    Please help!
     
  3. Zman1696

    Zman1696 Member

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    Exact same issue here, installed this morning. I shouldn't have to be reluctant to download your updates, MS.......
     
  4. hfhcmatt

    hfhcmatt New Member

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    Same issue.
     
  5. Tyler Roark

    Tyler Roark New Member

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    same issue. i also went to install updates this morning and it gave me a unknown error code and told me to trouble shoot when i did it said error prevented troubleshooting from working. error 0x800706F7
     
  6. Zman1696

    Zman1696 Member

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    Is anyone going to get on this issue or should i go fix it myself....
     
  7. Zman1696

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    And by fix it i mean do a system wipe
     

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