Sunday, March 20, 2011

Win7 - AdobeUpdater No Internet connection was found

This happens when you AdobeUpdater is running and the response is
No internet connection was found. Please check your Internet setinngs or firewall

Apparently, this issue is not necessary due to Internet or firewall.

A possible solution to this is a follow

1. At Window 7, go to Control Panel
2. Locate Network and Internet and click on the link
3. Locate Network and Sharing Center and click on the link
4. At the side bar, locate Change adapter settings and click on the link
5. You will see a list of network interface. Switch to detail view for this page.
6. Look for a device name - Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter. Right click and disable it.
7. Run AdobeUpdater again. It should work.

See: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/422888

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for the info - just what I was looking for,

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  2. Very well documented! Thank you for the clear and concise instructions. Thank you!

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  3. I am using Windows 7 on my Sony Viao laptop.I am in love with it but the major thing that make me tense is that it sometime take longer that unexpected when it goes to update anything.
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  4. Darn, there is no "Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter. " on mine. On to look for the next possible help. lol I need to update my Photoshop to be able to use lightroom and photoshop correctly together.

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