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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Local Network fails With Unidentified Network

If you login in Windows 7 and find that Windows have no network connection with A "Unidentified Network", it is caused by the Bonjour DNS Responder Service.

How to fix the error:
Click the start button --> Type services.msc in the search box and hit press --> in the services list, find out

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Right Click it --> Select Properties select Disabled from the startup type --> Click STOP --> Click Apply --> Reboot your computer.

Now your network adapter comes up again.

1 comment:

  1. This solved our problem. Every time a Windows 7 came up it couldn't see past a Netgear WNDR3300 router to the outside. I had to log into Windows 7 as Administrator to disable and enable Ethernet card before other users could browse. I think it started because I installed Windows 7 while wireless and then switched to wired Ethernet and disabled wireless.

    Either way, thanks so much for posting, you have renewed our faith in sharing.