S sachmosis New member Joined Apr 22, 2014 Posts 1 Apr 22, 2014 #1 I have a Dell Inspiron 530 desktop computer running Windows Vista (64 bit) with Service Pack 2. It USED to go online wirelessly with no problem. Now it says it can't find any wireless networks. When I opened Device Manager, there was a yellow exclamation mark next to Microsoft ISATAP adapter. Looked on a couple of websites to get help for that, was told to update the driver. Tried that, most up to date software already installed. Rolling back driver not an available option. The problem was a Code 31 - Device not working because Windows cannot locate device driver files. Went to another website, was told to uninstall the Microsoft ISATAP adapter and then go to Device Manager and go to Add Legacy Hardware etc. and reinstall. I did that, but it is still not listed under network adapters in Device Manager. There were two adapters listed under network adapters - "Intel(R) 82562V-2 10/100 Network Connection" and "PdaNet Broadband Adapter" (which is how I am online now, through my phone's internet connection). When I clicked on Show Hidden Devices, then there were 28 devices listed under network adapters. But Windows tells me it has no networking hardware. What gives?? I'm adding an attachment of network adapters installed.Aargh - i don't know how to resize the picture. Oh well. Anyway, I need help ASAP, please.