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Can't find network connections icon in the Taskbar

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  • Taskbar
  • Wireless Connections
  • Wireless Networking
Last response: in Wireless Networking
Anonymous
March 26, 2009 10:37:23 PM

Hi,
after restoring the default setting for my laptop with Windows XP OS, the Network connections icon with View available wireless connections disappeared.
I tried to restart it from Control Panel>Administrative tools>Services - there it appears as active, but still nothing - only the Local Area Connection icon
Please help!

More about : find network connections icon taskbar

March 26, 2009 11:36:45 PM

goto control panel > network connections

right click the wireless connection and select properties
at the bottom of the window is a tick box for displaying the system tray icon, tick it.
August 4, 2010 2:02:02 PM

montyuk said:
goto control panel > network connections

right click the wireless connection and select properties
at the bottom of the window is a tick box for displaying the system tray icon, tick it.


it's checked and connected to the router, i can't see the icontray and i can't view the status of my wireless router. what could be the problem
regards