Unable to find “Network” in Navigation pane of Windows 7

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Windows 7 can't find wireless network!

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Windows can not detect wireless network adapter

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A driver from Realtek might be better than the default driver of Windows 7, so I suggest that you try to find your network adapter's driver on their site. EDIT. A driver download is available here, version dating from /10/23 (yesterday). Mar 22,  · Describes an issue in which a computer cannot identify the network when that computer is running Windows 7, Windows Server R2, Windows Vista or Windows Server and is a member of a child domain. May 26,  · I had the same issue when I upgraded from Vista to Windows 7 and found a "duh" solution that I hadn't noticed before. If you click on "Start", then type in "Windows Mobility Center" you'll see that there is an entry for "Turn Wireless On".