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How to enable your network connection in Windows 7

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Uploaded on Aug 20, 2009

This Mhelp clip will show you how to enable your network connection in Windows 7.

This Mhelp clip has eight steps.
1 - Click the Windows 7 Start button. A menu will appear.
2 - Click Control Panel. A window will appear.
3 - Click Network and Internet.
4 - Under Network and Sharing Center, click View network status and tasks.
5 - Click Change adapter settings.
6 - Click the disabled network adapter that you want to work with.
7 - Click Enable this network device.
8 - Close the Network Connections window when finished.

This concludes the Mhelp clip.

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