Saturday, July 10, 2010

WLAN Autoconfig is Disabled, How?

ok i gonna share this

i am not really IT savvy

but today been spending the whole day

fixing my laptop, Tammy

can’t detect any wireless network

that’s really bad

what’s a laptop without Wifi

 

i thought it’s due to some adware

as the Malay proverb goes

prepare the umbrella before raining

am doing spyware scans, updating the database

to catch the culprit red-handed

from forum.. they said it’s something

known as Bagle or something

nope, i can’t detect it

 

erm.. i know

kepo-ly ran some registry optimizers

because Tammy was running slow 2 days ago

 

tried so many solution

finally one is working for me

 

solution 1: not working (it did work for many peeps)

  1. regedit
  2. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \System  \CurrentControlSet\Services\ndisuio
  3. Change Start to "0x000000002 (2)"
  4. Restart
  5. nothing happended
  6. tried with a few other relevant services too

 

solution 2: not working

  1. looked up the services module
  2. 'WLAN AutoConfig', check all the dependencies
  3. Run all the dependencies, and turn them on
  4. Extensible Authentication Protection and CNG Key Isolation, also RPC.
  5. but EAP can’t be enabled

 

solution 3: not working, but popular too

  1. Type 'CMD', then hold down Ctrl-Shift and press the Enter key.
  2. This should open a command prompt elevated to Administrative level.  (click continue at the prompt).
  3. Type 'sfc /scannow'
  4. Let it do it's thing and scan your system.  When it's done, restart the computer.
  5. nothing was detected

p/s Ctrl-Shirt doesn’t work for me, right click CMD and Run As Admin

 

 

one of my reference pages.. 

so many solutions as above, none work for me

my saviour page thanks…

 

The following steps got the wireless back up:

  1. Added a new "Expandable String Value" Where Name = "ImagePath" & Data = "%SystemRoot%\system32\lsass.exe.
  2. Started "CNG Key Isolation" service
  3. Started "WLAN Auto Config" service

reason: "ImagePath" had been removed/erased/deleted from HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\KeyIso.

 

bravo…

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