Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Fix Wifi Crash in Windows 7, Vista and XP Desktop and Laptop

In this tutorial I will share with you a few tricks which are commonly used to fix Wifi Crash in Windows 7, Vista and XP. Here are these tips:
  • Unblock Wi-Fi Connection from Windows Firewall
  • Disable Wireless Zero Configuration Service
  • Fix the Registry
  • Reset your Network Adapter

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Unblock Wi-Fi Connection from Windows Firewall

In several cases it was found that a file called SyncServer.exe located in Program Files directory was blocked by Windows Firewall. Unblocking it would fix Wifi Crashing. 

  1. Click Start, select Control Panel.
  2. Click System and Security | Windows Firewall.
  3. On the left hand side click Allow a program or feature through Windows Firewall link.
  4. Click Allow Another Program button.
  5. In the new dialog click Browse button.
  6. Select this file: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\SncServer.exe
  7. Click Open, and then Add | OK | Close. Wifi crash will be now fixed.

Disable Wireless Zero Configuration Service
If the Wireless Zero Configuration service is running while establishing a network connection it might be the reason behind Wifi error. Disable it to repair your problem.

  1. To fix Wifi crashes, click Start, select Run.
  2. In the Run dialog type Services.msc under Open box.
  3. Press ENTER.
  4. Scroll down to Wireless Zero Configuration. Right click it and select Properties.
  5. Click General tab in the new dialog.
  6. Under Startup Type select Disabled option.
  7. Click the Stop button.
  8. Close OK | Close and then restart your computer. The next time your computer is started there shall not be any problem connecting with your Wi-Fi connection.

Fix the Registry
There are good chances that your Windows registry is corrupt. Scan entire registry for errors and fix them immediately. Download a Registry Cleaner such as Reginout to do this task.

Reset your Network Adapter
There might be a problem with the network adapter connected to your computer. Do reset your network adapter in the following way:

  1. Click Start | Control Panel.
  2. Click Network and Internet | Network and Sharing Centre.
  3. Finally click Manage Network Connections.
  4. Select and right click your network adapter. Choose Disable option.
  5. Type the administrator password for confirmation.
  6. Restart the computer and repeat the Steps 1 to 3 given above.
  7. Right click your network adapter and choose Enable. This will fix Wifi crashing issue.

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