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Hi everyone, this is my first post here. I have been trying to connect my windows 2000 computer to the internet wirepessly, but a problem appeared. I have a network adapter , and I found a guide online on how to connect it, here it is: http://www.uwplatt.edu/oit/howto/setupwireless-win2k.html The problem is, that my advanced tab appears to be different. Here is my advanced tab (uploaded image): http://s15.postimg.org/3r7z2kwnv/untitled.png there is no SSID etc any Ideas on what I can do?
Computer Specs: Asus U56e laptop, Windows 7, Intel Centrino Wireless N 1030 adapter, ESET NOD32 antivirus, less than 2 years old I've been having a ridiculous amount of issues with my wireless adapter, and I was wondering what my options are.... All of my problems started about 6 months ago when I dropped my laptop (*cries*). A week later the hard drive went out. I got it replaced. A couple of weeks after that, my wireless adapter started getting disabled randomly, or not appearing at all. Eventually, it NEVER worked. I took it to Geek Squad and they said that nothing was wrong with my adapter but, yay! they had removed a "malicious program" (it was a plug-in I installed that redirected the homepage. That's what it was supposed to do. IT WAS NOT "MALICIOUS") I got it back, and it still didn't work. I basically took it back and just told them to replace the wireless card anyway, even if it was supposedly fine. When I got it back that time, everything worked fine......for a few months. Recently, all my old problems with the wireless adapter are back. It gets randomly disabled, can't/won't enable, and just isn't listed under adapters at all. I've tried everything I can think of, including re-installing the drivers. I'm kind of assuming the problem is somewhere in the hardware, maybe just not the wireless card itself. Also, about the time my wireless problems appeared, I started having problems with my battery. I know battery lives typically shorten, but the battery level isn't being correctly communicated to the computer, causing it to shut off without warning when there is still supposedly 50% left, and it shuts down without even being able to save state. I don't know if this could possibly be related to my wireless problems, but if some hardware or connection is bad somewhere, maybe the two different problems could both be caused by the same thing? My computer isn't even 2 years old, so I really don't want replace it, but if I take it to Best Buy, they'll just say everything's fine again. Is there anyway to pinpoint the problem so I know exactly what needs to be fixed?