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I bought a d-link dwa-125, plugged it in and windows recognized it right away and said everything was good to go. But there were no connection options. When I open up the network control panel and have it show me the adapters... the wireless adapter is greyed out and says it is disabled. So I tell it to enable. It says is it enabling, then says it is enabled... but the adapter stayed greyed out saying disabled. I am running 7 x64.

I have reinstalled drivers, connected it via lan and had it update drivers.. same problem. It works just fine on any other computer in the house, just not this one.

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From what you are saying, it reminds me of what happens when the Wireless service is set to disabled. To check and enable it:

Click the Start Orb and Right click on Computer, then click Manage.

Go down to Services and Applications > Services.

Make sure that the service WLAN AutoConfig is set to Started / Automatic

Please let me know if this helped you or if the problem is something else.

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It is set to automatic, and it says it is started – Expecto Oct 12 '10 at 17:09

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