Re: "Wireless Networks Are Available", but my "Connect To" list is
Thanks for the link, but I've already went through that site earlier and my
problem still persists.
This problem only started a couple of weeks back. Before that, wifi hotspots
were detected fine. I'm afraid that some Vista update might have screwed up
my wireless, but I highly doubt it. Or it could be a Vaio update instead....
"Meredith Regal [MSFT]" wrote:
> Hi Vincent,
> I don't have a specific answer to your question, but you might find a
> solution in this Windows Vista Help topic:
> I hope this helps.
> "Vincent" <Vincent@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >I can't detect any new wifi connections, even though the network icon on my
> > taskbar says that "wireless networks are available". when I click that,
> > the
> > "connect to a network" window appears, but it says "Windows cannot find
> > any
> > additional networks". I can still manage to connect to my previous wifi
> > connections that i have saved up and set them to automatically connect
> > when
> > they are available...but i can't detect/add new ones. Come to think of it,
> > even my existing connections don't show up. Not even public wifi hotspots
> > show up.
> > I'm currently on Vista Business Edition, using a Sony Vaio SZ48.
> > Cheers.