|I have an ASUS EEE PC 901 netbook. Until yesterday, I was running Ubuntu OS. I was having issues with it, so I installed Windows Vista. With the Ubuntu OS, I was able to hook up to the internet just fine, wireless or not. Now, when I try, both wireless and not wireless, I get the same thing: "This computer does not have a wireless network adapter installed and configured." When I go into cmd and type in "ipconfig/all" I get this:|
Host Name ........ : Marilyn-PC
Primary Dns Suffix ........ :
Node Type ........... : Hybrid
IP Routing Enabled ........... : No
WINS Proxy Enabled ........... : No
I even tried to ping it, and it worked fine; I received 4 and lost 0. (I really, really hope I'm saying all of this the right way. I'm sorry if I'm coming across as a computer illiterate. Cause, you know, I kinda am.)
So any ideas?
And one more thing: the wireless light on my laptop is blue, so doesn't that mean it should work?