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Old 05-26-2010, 10:31 AM   #1
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All of a sudden I lost internet access. I clicked on wireless connections and there is nothing to choose from. I have Linksys WRT54GS and called them but my support time was used up. I get an "x" over the connection icon. When I right click to use troubleshooting, it says an unexpected error has occurred and the troubleshooting wizaard can't continue.

I view error details and it has:
Package ID: Network Diagnostics
Path: C:\Windows\diagnostics\system\networking
Error Code: 0x80070570
Source Engine
User: My computer name
Context Elevated

I have windows 7 and I was connected and all of sudden it stopped. The other computers in my house are connected to the internet. I reset my router and that did not help. When I choose connect to network it says no connections are available with a red x.

Any suggestions??

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Old 05-26-2010, 11:51 AM   #2
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I solved my problem ....simple....simple....and after THREE hours....I must have hit the F2 key to turn off the wireless connection....never knew this key existed.....but thought I would post this in case some other person had this problem.

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Good job for resolving your issue.
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I solved my problem ....simple....simple....and after THREE hours....I must have hit the F2 key to turn off the wireless connection....never knew this key existed.....but thought I would post this in case some other person had this problem.
Signed up solely to say this - Thanks a million for posting this solution! Sure did save my day and sanity!
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Thank you so much...! That totally fixed my problem.
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I solved my problem ....simple....simple....and after THREE hours....I must have hit the F2 key to turn off the wireless connection....never knew this key existed.....but thought I would post this in case some other person had this problem.
Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx Thanx This saved me in front of a girl. Thanx a million.
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THANK YOU!
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Thanks for the feedback All, if you need assistance please start your own Thread.

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