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Author Topic: Can't connect to Network adaptor  (Read 2645 times)
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« on: May 09, 2011, 06:35:32 PM »

Trying to use URL Snoop. Network adaptor found as "Microsoft" does not function. Win7, wireless connection. Attached full system info in text file and screenshot (thanks to Mouser's Screenshot Captor. The delay feature let me capture the dropdown which i couldn't do with other screenshot utilities I've tried.) If there is no fix, maybe the info supplies might help in future development. But, I hope there is a fix. I've been trying to record some hidden URLs for a long time with no luck.

Thanks for reading this.

* BILL-HP Speccy System Info.txt (35.32 KB - downloaded 795 times.)

* Screenshot URLSnooper - 5_9_2011 , 7_22_50 PM.png (51.64 KB, 636x497 - viewed 250 times.)
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« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2011, 06:47:18 PM »

Are you using the latest URL Snooper (2.29.01)?
Have you tried setting URL Snooper to run as administrator?
What network adapter hardware do you have installed in your computer?
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