Please help wifi does not not ACER aspire 4710g (wireless network card problem)

Please help me


Windows IP configuration

Name of the host...:-PC

Primary Dns suffix...:

Node... type: hybrid

Active... IP routing: No.

Active... proxy WINS: No.

Wireless Network Connection 3 Wireless LAN adapter:

State of the media...: Media disconnected

The connection-specific DNS suffix. :

... Description: Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport adapt #.


Physical address.... : 00-1F-3A-1B-2D-F5

DHCP active...: Yes

Autoconfiguration enabled...: Yes

Wireless network connection Wireless LAN adapter:

The connection-specific DNS suffix. :

... Description: Network adapter on Broadcom 802.11 g

Physical address.... : 00-1F-3A-1B-2D-F5

DHCP active...: Yes

Autoconfiguration enabled...: Yes

Address IPv6 local link...: b 3 fe80::4e8:4: 4d49:acc2% 16 (Preferred)

Autoconfiguration IPv4 address. . : (Preferred)

... Subnet mask:

... Default gateway. :

DHCPv6 IOOKING...: 318775098

DHCPv6 DUID customer...: 00-01-00-01-1B-50-87-0D-00-1D-72-1B-B7-7D

DNS servers: fec0:0:0:ffff:1 1%

FEC0:0:0:FFFF:2 1%

FEC0:0:0:FFFF:3 1%

NetBIOS over TCP/IP...: enabled

Ethernet connection to the Local network card:

State of the media...: Media disconnected

The connection-specific DNS suffix. :

... Description: Broadcom NetLink (TM) gigabit Ethernet

Physical address.... : 00-1D-72-1B-B7-7D

DHCP active...: Yes

Autoconfiguration enabled...: Yes

Adapter Ethernet Local Area Connection * 11:

State of the media...: Media disconnected

The connection-specific DNS suffix. :

... Description: Adapter Anchorfree VPN #2 HSS

Physical address.... : 00-FF-03-C6-CD-54

DHCP active...: Yes

Autoconfiguration enabled...: Yes

Adapter Ethernet Local Area Connection * 9:

State of the media...: Media disconnected

The connection-specific DNS suffix. :

... Description: Card Anchorfree VPN HSS

Physical address.... : 00-FF-EF-4A-57-34

DHCP active...: Yes

Autoconfiguration enabled...: Yes

C:\Users\ali >


There is a problem with the wifi adapter "wireless network connection Wireless LAN adapter:" the driver is corrupted or it is incorrectly configured.

I would start by removing the current driver of sifi and install the latest driver available.

The IP address for the above connection is

Autoconfiguration IPv4 address. . : (Preferred)

This state it does not connect with the router.  Alternatively, you can try to restart the computer and the router at the same time.

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