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#16314 4-Oct-2007 11:28
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I am having problems with my MCC card on my new laptop.  I run a wireless network at home and as soon as I install the MCC onto my laptop the laptop loses its connection to the network and the internet.  I have checked that the wireless network is connected and settings are correct.  As soon as I uninstall the MCC software the problem is resolved.  Can anyone help with this please?
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#89443 4-Oct-2007 11:31
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When you install the MCC software make sure you uncheck the Wireless Manager and uncheck the "Optimisation" which as you find out doesn't optimise anything...





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  #89465 4-Oct-2007 12:18
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Thank you for your reply.  I have done as you suggested and I now can access my network but still cannot acces the internet.  Any more suggestions?

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#89468 4-Oct-2007 12:20
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Make sure Optimisation is set to Off as well, and that MCC is not managing the Wireless. And check firewalls...




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  #89494 4-Oct-2007 14:36
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What version of VMC software are you using?? Help and about will advise you

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  #89495 4-Oct-2007 14:55
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johnr it is downloading now, i will let you know how I get on.  I downloaded the original Vista software from Vodafone and it was version 9.1


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  #89505 4-Oct-2007 16:18
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Thank you johnr.  I downloaded the software and installed it, restarted and everything seems to be fine.  The network and internet connection are fine now.  Thank you very much.

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#89507 4-Oct-2007 16:21
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