I have a new build pc on which I installed Windows 7 Professional and have not been able to connect to the internet wirelessly. I managed to lug everything downstairs to connect wired to download Virtual PC and XP mode but don't want to repeat the performance again. My router is a new Belkin N+ - the wired PC to it is XP, my laptop which connects wirelessly is Vista and my son's PC connects wirelessly with Windows 7 Home Edition. I am also able to connect wirelessly in Virtual XP mode but the same hardware is unable to connect in Windows 7 Pro. The message I get is 'not connected, no connections available'.I have read several forums and this seems to be a Microsoft problem but has anyone managed to solve it please.
This issue may occur if wireless card driver is not installed. I suggest updating network card driver and BIOS first. If any error message is received, please let us now. If the issue persists, you can collect System Information and upload it to the click here using your Live ID and I will check it: System Information=============
1. Click the Start Button, type "MSINFO32" in the Start Search box and press Enter to start the System Information.
2. On the popup window, on the menu bar, click "File", and click "Save", type a file name and then choose NFO as "Save as type", click Desktop on the left pane, and click Save. (If the Desktop option is not available, please click Browse Folder button first.)
3. Go to the Desktop, right-click on the exported file, choose "Send To" -> "Compressed (zipped) Folder". Upload this file and let me know the link For More Information and issues related to windows 7 click here
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