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Fix a Network Connection in Windows 7 and Vista
If you're having a network connection problem, run a full system scan for spyware or a virus. This is the first step to resolving any network connection problem. But if the problem is not resolved yet, Windows 7 and Windows Vista come with network connection troubleshooting tools. Let's see how we can resolve network connection issues in both Windows 7 and Windows Vista respectively.
Fix a Network Connection in Windows 7
1) Click on the Start button and then on Control Panel.
2) Next, click on Network and Internet-> Network and Sharing.
3) Apply any one of the following based on your particular network problem:
Click on the Network Adaptor, if you can't connect to a router. Click on Incoming Connections to This Computer, if you're unable to let others connect to your network by means of your computer. Click on Internet Connections, if you can't access Web sites. Click on Connection to a Shared Folder, if you can't connect to a shared folder or file. Click on HomeGroup, if you can't view files on your homegroup.
4) The troubleshooting guide will hold you by the hand through the rest of the processes from here.
Fix a Network Connection in Windows Vista
1) For Windows Vista, simply click on the start button, and on the start menu click on Network.
2) Click on the Network and Sharing Center button.
3) On the left-hand side, identify and click on Diagnose and Repair.
4) Windows will try to identify the process. Wait for it to complete.
5) Follow the instructions on the Windows Network Diagnostic menu to fix your computer's network problem.
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