I need a little guidance. Time Warner installed a new cable modem and now my desktop is LAN wired, rather than wifi. All the other computers and one printer in the house are wifi and working fine. But, I lost my home network connection to the other computers and can’t get them working. After install, my connection kept defaulting to the wifi. So I called TW and they said I need to disable the wifi connection on my desktop. Ok I did that and I didn't put the two together and have been chasing my tail for days now, because I lost my homegroup network and can’t access a remote printer. I discovered the Homegroup comes back if I turn my wifi receiver on my desktop back on. Now the problem is it can’t find the Lan connection and keeps defaulting to the wifi connection, which is slower than LAN. And it doesn't show the LAN as an option to switch to. Is there a way to have both running at the same time, but make the LAN, the default? If I disable the wifi, it immediately goes to the LAN. But, if I disable the wireless connection on my computer, I lose network access to the other computers and printer, but then it goes to the LAN connection. TW was no help. “we don’t support networks”. There has to be a way to have wifi and LAN at the same time on my desktop, isn’t there? Or a toggle between them and one set as default. At least I figured out a work-around for right now, but it is PIA! Oh, Win7 I've been through "network and sharing" menus too many times to count.