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« on: November 22, 2005, 02:20:16 AM »

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i've been on this site a few times, and posted.  i've gotten nothing but phenominal results.  here is my dilemma:
i was on my laptop this morning and everything was fine.  i went to turn it on this afternoon at work and all hell broke loose.  it boots up fine and loads windows ok.  here is the problem.  wants i'm logged in, none of my network connections are visible.  i have a pc card that i put in my laptop while at work and get onto Verizon's broadband.  my computer was not recognizing that card, and usually at the bottom right of my screen i see the little monitors with an X through them showing that i am not connected to my home wireless network, or a wired LAN.  i went into my network properties, and found nothing as far as my connections are concerned.  no wireless connection, or pc card, or even my regular 10/100 card.  i booted up in safe mode and these things WERE THERE.  i figured that when i got home, i wasn't going to be able to access my wireless network and/or get online.  
i got home and signed in.  still nothing in my network properties, BUT my wireless network is working.  I can access all of my network places, but, i can't see any network connections.
what could be the problem?  even though my home network is working, i still need to be able for my computer to notice my pc card for the broadband connection i use while at work.

any suggestions?

confused in philly
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« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2005, 08:56:39 PM »

Are you having conflicts in the Device Manager?
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