Unidentified network: solving the problem
Virtually every operating systemperiodically there are errors that developers can fix right away, but only when creating a new service pack. One such problem is an unidentified network. It arises in home Internet users on computers where such systems as Windows 7, Vista are installed and leads to the impossibility of providing access to common files, as well as installing third-party equipment when an Internet network is detected.
In the event that an unidentified network appears without access to the network, it is first necessary to determine whether the person will be able to solve the problem.
Initially, it is worth checking the connection andthe work of the router. Be sure to check the cable connection from all sides. It should be ensured that the cable connector is fully inserted into the equipment until it clicks. And if possible, check the integrity of all cables.
Then, the network adapter is tested.Sometimes a situation arises when a unique static IP address is completely lost. If the provider has requested to enter this address, you should contact the helpdesk, because in this case an unidentified network originates on the part of the provider. Here we can not do without the help of tech support.
Steps to cope with such a problem as an unidentified networkWindows 7
In order to remove an unidentified network, it is worthuse a reboot, and then reconnect. In some situations, this method is the only one that makes it possible to access the Internet. The appearance of such a network in the connection folder leads to the impossibility of making a connection.
Sometimes you need to go to the device manager.To do this, in the menu properties called "My Computer", find the "Hardware" tab. Next, you need to find the network card and turn it off. This procedure is repeated continuously after each reboot of the equipment.
An unidentified network can beadministrator's records through the Adobe program. To do this, it is necessary to find out whether the components of this program are present on the computer. This can be done through the "Add or Remove Programs" item, which is located in the control panel. Then you should open the Bonjour folder and check if there are mDNSResponder.exe files and, of course, mdnsnsp.dll. They are installed by the Adobe program to monitor the client, and their removal can lead to negative problems. If there are any, highlight them and press the combination Shift + Delete. Then open the command line and enter mDNSResponder - remove. Then you should open Bonjour and rename these two files.
The final stage is a rebootcomputer and delete the above directory. Then, run the netsh winsock reset command line and restart the PC again. And, most likely, the unidentified network will no longer interfere with the work.
The extreme measure may be a hardware resetrouter, which is carried out with the help of a straightened or thin wire clip. First there is a hole with the inscription "reset". Then the end of the wire is inserted and the reset button is pressed. It should be kept pressed for 5 seconds, and then released. In the event that the network work was restored, the problem was related to the incorrect operation of the router.
In the event that the above actions do nothelped identify the network, then the installation of the network card driver that is used to connect to the Internet can help. In order to obtain a new version of the driver, you need access to a computer that has a stable connection to the Internet. The latest version of the driver is on the official website of the manufacturer. If you have difficulty finding a suitable driver, then you can use the built-in recovery system.