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About every 10th to 20th time I attempt connect to the internet I get a "No Connection Can Be Found" message. I normally have my wireless connection and 2 or 3 more sensed in the neighborhood. When I go to "Connect To", no connections are shown.

To connect, I have to turn the computer off and then back on. Turning the computer off and back on always allows me to connect to the internet and when I check for available connections, all the normally available sources are there.

Any ideas???
Thanks

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Last Post by kaninelupus
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What operating system are you running?
Have you recently done any drivers updates?

It sounds like it could be a driver issue...

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What operating system are you running?
Have you recently done any drivers updates?

It sounds like it could be a driver issue...

windows vista home premimum.

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Given that 2 service packs have been rolled out, you really should look up the WiFi make/model and see if the actual manufacturer (NOT the OEM, as they are usually hopeless on this front) has released driver updates. May also be a faulty WiFi on/off switch

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