Wireless adaptor not working
by Guet Pooi - 2/4/13 7:56 AM
I have a desktop, os is Windows XP.
An IT 'professional' installed a wifi adaptor (TP-LINK, 54Mbps/ TL-WN312G) on the computer in order for me to have wifi internet connection.
It worked after he installed it, and I switched off the computer after he left.
When I turned on the computer again later on, I got this message:
The following window then came on:
System Configuration Utility
You have used System Configuration Utility to make changes to way Window starts
The System Configuration Utility is currently in Diagnostic mode or Selective startup mode, causing . . .
Choose the Normal Startup mode on the General tab to start Windows normally and undo the changes you made using the System Configuration Utility."
I did not know what to do, and I just cancelled the window. The problem is that the computer now says that the adapter is disconnected and I am now unable to access the internet via wifi.
This does not trouble me much as I still have alternate access.
My concern is "Is my computer in trouble? What do I do next?"