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I do not know how to speed it up Is it... Any ideas why the wifi takes > so > long to connect during bootup? During this pause, the "Network" icon in System Tray (2 computers) has a red X, then a yellow exclamation, and about a 60-90 secs later finally the planet symbol and a Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Samsung/NP550P5C-AE1BR OS: Windows 10 CPU: Intel Core i7 3630QM Motherboard: Samsung NP550P5C-AE1BR Memory: 8GB DDR3 (1600MHz) Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 630M 2GB DDR3 Quote Harpert http://pcspeedpro.com/windows-7/what-is-this-driver-win7-is-trying-to-load.html

I have just bought a new laptop (specs below), and everything on it is working well except the wireless connectivity. What brought this to my attention was the fact that I > bought a Linksys router so that I could get my Nintendo Wii online. I turned on the CPU widget to see what my system is doing and it just sits at 0% activity. I have no idea what to do to fix it, but it is very annoying.

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Hope someone comes up with a solution... "mbushnell" wrote: > I meant to mention this in my previous post, but I am using Windows Vista > Home Premium 32-bit on my Perhaps it is a router issue but I doubt it "kestenm" wrote in message news:[email protected] >I am having the same problem as all of you, with Vista home premium and You can see it doing that loading symbol over where the white bars would be on the bottom right of the task bar. At the moment, I turned the Fast Startup off, and if it was behind all the annoyances (Internet & Network, reboots with no audio, reboots with freezy/jumpy touchpad, "Failed to connect

bearone2, Aug 24, 2008 #6 TerryNet Terry Moderator Joined: Mar 23, 2005 Messages: 72,913 Hi bearone2; long time no "see." In addition to bearone2's questions and advice try Task Manager and Windows 7 Slow To Connect To Network On Boot How can a restore fail and still fix? I can't even blame the antivirus. this website I'm dual booting xp on the Clevo and there are no issues there, the wifi connects immediatly after startup.

Thanks for the tip about Autoruns. Windows 7 should detect your wireless adapter and install a driver for it or you can download the latest driver from Acer and install that one. Forget your WiFi network and then reconnect to it If a simple glitch or bug is causing your computer to not connect to a saved WiFi network automatically, the following is It finally starts after 50 seconds, and the rest of >> the >> startup process finishes. >> >> During this pause, the "Network" icon in System Tray (2 computers) has a

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I am not having the option to choose an app from the PC to open files of unknown type, only to search for an app in the store. This same laptop has a wired-LAN adapter - when I boot using this, startup flies and there is no delay "identifying.." the network. Windows 7 Identifying Network Takes Long Time What brought this to my attention was the fact >> that I >> bought a Linksys router so that I could get my Nintendo Wii online. Windows 7 Takes A Long Time To Connect To Network On Startup While that happens, performance temporarily decreases, even Synaptics touch pad has some freezes/jumps.

Ask a question and give support. I had my iMac plugged in straight from the > >> cable > >> modem previously but am now using a WPA secure wireless connection. For the record, I tested the OS X install on my iMac with the >> wireless connection and it has no problems upon bootup. > My System Specs You need to My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Internet Takes A Long Time To Connect On Startup

Previously it took 2:37."You didn't mention that before.Of course, what your Windows loads while booting effects how long it takes Windows to load the desktop screen initially and how long it TerryNet, Aug 25, 2008 #10 bearone2 Banned Joined: Jun 4, 2004 Messages: 5,809 TerryNet said: ↑ Need more info to give suggestions. Go Microsoft. http://pcspeedpro.com/windows-7/why-windows-wireless-software.html I tried windows and it is maybe a little faster but still a long time.

Sometimes, I can log into the router and release and > renew the DHCP assignment and that seems to help, but otherwise no real > solution. I can place the Tablet next to the modem and it still says poor signal strength. tinp When I disable the bridge, wifi will autoconnect.

For the record, I tested the OS X install on my iMac with the wireless connection and it has no problems upon bootup.

I don't > know what could cause this, but I'm hope it is something that Microsoft is > aware of. Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? PRO TIP: If the issue is with your computer or a laptop/notebook you should try using the Reimage Plus Software which can scan the repositories and replace corrupt and missing files.

I went through much the same procedures as you without any success. Apr 9, 2011 #4 Xclusiveitalian TS Evangelist Topic Starter Posts: 702 +61 Grr it didn't work, i believe there are old drivers assigned somewhere because i downloaded a couple a tinp Followed all the steps, still does not auto connect when I turn on the PC… K. Once the change is saved, your computer should start connecting automatically to WiFi networks that it remembers as soon as it wakes up from a shutdown, a restart or a simple

Any way to further debug to isolate > problem? > > System Setup: > -Vaio SZ6 Santa Rosa laptop with Intel 4965AGN (80211b/g/n) > -Vista Business 32 bit, local workgroup over Also, if I click on the WiFi icon on Windows 10 Notification Area at Taskbar (at the bottom right of the screen), it does not pop-up, or it pops-up with an Yes No I don't know View Results Poll Finishes In 7 Days.Discuss in The LoungePoll History Advertising Info | Privacy Policy | Terms Of Use© Compnet Ventures, LLC.