A required CD/DVD drive device driver is missing.

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himnextdoor

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It might be set to disabled by default. Like the VGA support.

Did you download and install the Chipset drivers?

It's quite a large package. It might contain the correct drivers.

Do you have any more yellow triangles?
 

IHazABone

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The VGA support wasn't disabled. I did. No more yellow triangles.
 

IHazABone

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The VGA support wasn't disabled. I did. No more yellow triangles.
 

himnextdoor

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Is 'wireless' mode enabled on the router?

Go to Device Manager and look at your Network Adapter.

How many are there?

If there are two, 'Disable' the one you think you don't use and restart.

Still no wireless? Disable the other one and re-enable the one you disabled.

Another option. Remember the name of the network adapter and uninstall it.

It should become a yellow triangle.

Right click on it and select 'Update driver'.

Select 'Browse my computer'.

Select to 'Pick from a list.

Make sure 'Show compatible hardware' is ticked and select the best driver that you can find in the list.

Install it.

Restart.

Is it working now?

You don't have a wireless on/off switch on the keyboard do you?

Another option is to simply uninstall the device and restart to see if Windows will discover it.

You could also uninstall it then click on 'Actions' on the toolbar.

Choose 'Scan for hardware changes' and let Windows do its thing.

That's all I have for now dude. :)
 

IHazABone

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Thanks! It might take me a while to go through this, so I'll get right on it and come back with results as I go through each step.
You've been a lot of help, thanks for sticking with me through the past couple of days.
 

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