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Windows 7: New unidentified network after every reboot

Postby guest » Sun Jul 12, 2009 8:37 pm

After I reboot, I get the problem icon over my network icon. I open the Network and Sharing Center (by the way, on mouseover of the network icon it sees my internet connection with no internet access, but there is now a second public network listed as unidentified). By choosing my to change my adapter settings and first disabling then re-enabling my network device, it then gets rid of the unidentified network and my internet works as it should.

What am I missing? What further information can I provide to help diagnose and eliminate this annoyance?
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Tuesday, May 26, 2009 10:19 PMDarene Lewis [MSFT]
0Do you have iTunes installed? If so, please check out the KB article at http://support.microsoft.com/?id=970313.
For now, you can work around the issue by disabling the Bonjour service using services.msc and rebooting.
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Re: Windows 7: New unidentified network after every reboot

Postby guest » Sun Jul 12, 2009 8:39 pm

had the same problem on my internet connection on reboot,i solved my problem by upgradinig the firmware on my router,after that i have had no problems whatsever
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