10.2. Run the Network Diagnostics Tool to Repair Problems
If you have trouble connecting to or accessing your network, Windows 7 comes with a diagnostics tool that can examine your network and then offer solutions.
Networking in Windows 7 usually works quite well right out of the box. That is, you connect your computer to a wired or wireless network, and you can usually see other computers and work with their shared resources right away without the need for a complex configuration procedure.
However, despite the simple networking interface that Windows 7 presents to you, networks are complex structures with many different hardware and software components working together. If just one of those components stops working or becomes unstable, you ...