can't install "client for microsoft network"

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by sergy, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. sergy

    sergy

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    Hello. Have problem with installing "Client for microsoft network" on vista home premium 32bit. SP2. Why I need to install this client? Hard drive died and has been cloned to a new one. Everything went good, in terms of coping. After cloning "chkdsk /f" was done which found many errors and, as claims, fixed all of them. Then tried to connect wirelessly - no effect. When choosing which network to connect (able to see all available) and clicking on "connect" botton - "connect to a network" windows just shuts down without connecting. Wired connection worked. Went to "wireless network connection" properties and uninstalled everything, hoping that simple file corruption during cloning was cause of not being able to use wireless zero configuration. Now when go to install "client for windows networks" - get following msg -> "Network connections. Could not add the requested feature. The error is: The system cannot find the file specified". Found that "netmscli.inf" is responsible for this "client", but even manually pointing to the file does nothing, gives me the same error.

    Any suggestions? Thank you.
     
    sergy, Mar 23, 2011
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