wireless networks

  Blubottle 28 May 11

Hi, I have been using Win 7 for a couple of weeks now with a netgear router. I can't find the list of local networks, are they hiding somewhere? regards

  Taff™ 28 May 11

Click on the wireless icon in the system tray near the clock, maybe click a second time and then click on connect/disconnect. (Assuming its a wireless network you`re looking for)

  The Kestrel 28 May 11

If Widows 7 is similar to Vista, then Start - Control panel - Network & Sharing Centre - Connect to a network, should bring up a list of available wireless networks.

  Blubottle 29 May 11

None of those work.

  tullie 29 May 11

Are you doing this whilst wired ore wireless?They will only show up if wireless.Have you switched on your wireless connection,on what i assume is a laptop.

  Blubottle 09 Jun 11

Not a laptop, a desktop, yes wireless enabled,

  onthelimit1 09 Jun 11

look here for a guide

  woodchip 09 Jun 11

Right click on Network in System tray near clock then open network connections

  Nontek 09 Jun 11

Or click on Start, then My Network Places.

  Nontek 09 Jun 11

Ooops, didn't finish ..... then click on View Network Connections.


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