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Old December 16th, 2011, 10:24 PM
CyberTrek CyberTrek is offline
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Unable to See Wireless Connections [Vista Ultimate]

In Network & Sharing Center, when I click "manage wireless networks" it opens Windows Explorer instead. I can not see my wireless connection.

Anyway around this?

Thank you.
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Old December 26th, 2011, 05:10 AM
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I have tried these but nothing worked.
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C:\Users\laptop>netsh wlan show profiles

Profiles on interface Wireless Network Connection:

Group Policy Profiles (read only)
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<None>

User Profiles
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All User Profile : FBI
All User Profile : FBIsv
All User Profile : FB!
All User Profile : FBI10
All User Profile : Unimatrix001


C:\Users\laptop>netsh
netsh>delete profile name FBI
The following command was not found: delete profile name FBI.
netsh>delete profile name FBI=
The following command was not found: delete profile name FBI=.
netsh>delete profile name FBI=*
The following command was not found: delete profile name FBI=*.
netsh>delete profile name FBI interface=
The following command was not found: delete profile name FBI interface=.
netsh>delete profile name FBI interface=*
The following command was not found: delete profile name FBI interface=*.
netsh>delete profile name "FBI" interface=*
The following command was not found: delete profile name "FBI" interface=*.
netsh>delete profile name "FBI" i=*
The following command was not found: delete profile name "FBI" i=*.
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I have been reading about the commands, but just seem can not get working.

Any tips? I am trying to remove all of those old entries shown above. Thanks.
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Old January 16th, 2012, 12:49 AM
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Bumping up for a fresh view.
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Old April 21st, 2012, 06:56 PM
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Found this page:
http://mantraaz.wordpress.com/2010/1...eless-profile/

Saw on it to add "wlan" to the command line:
wlan> wlan delete profile name="NAME"

Wildcards worked too and got rid of lingering connections.

Since I still can not view wireless connections via GUI style, this was the best I could do.
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Old May 22nd, 2012, 03:48 PM
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Have you tried downloading the latest driver, completely deleting the device from the device manager, and then applying the new driver?
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