Network Connections Folder is Missing

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Hello,

I am having problems with my Network Connections folder or the Local Area Connection. I can’t seem to find it. When I tried to refresh the network connection folder, an error pops out requesting me to enable the network connection services. If I clicked on the network connection icon, the folder is empty. I can’t change the IP address since my Local Area Connection icon is missing as well. 

How can I make it visible again?

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Network Connections Folder is Missing

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Hello,

Try the following steps:

  • Go to the task bar on the right side and right click on the network connections as shown in the below figure.
Network connection
  • In the network and sharing center click on change advance sharing settings.
Change advance sharing settings
  • In the advance sharing settings to do the following things as shown in the below figure.
Turn on the sharing

Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #125246

Network Connections Folder is Missing

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First check that you have the drivers installed for the device you want to run. For this purpose you can check the device manager and check the network card. If it works then you need to check the settings for your network card.

Go to start and control panel and then from there you need to go to network and sharing center and then you will be able to change the adapter settings to make changes to your connection. If it is not shown there then make sure your hardware is working properly.

Smith Thompson.

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