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Windows 7 Inside Out by Carl Siechert Ed Bott and Craig Stinson

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Chapter 19. Fixing and Tweaking Your Network

Viewing Status in Network And Sharing Center 667

Diagnosing Problems Using Network Map 669

Troubleshooting Network Problems 673

Maximizing Network Performance 684

Changing Network Settings 686

Managing Network Connections 692

When you encounter network problems, the troubleshooting process can be tricky because it's difficult to determine where the fault lies. In some cases, network problems are directly related to hardware, either on the local computer, elsewhere on your network, or at another stop on the connection between your computer and an internet destination. But the problem can also be caused by a faulty configuration on your computer.

Windows 7 has tools for automatically detecting and, in many cases, ...

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