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Turn on the Wireless Zero Configuration service in XP

Turn on the Wireless Zero Configuration service in XP

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Problem description
There are times when more than one wireless configuration utility attempts to run on a computer.  This Fix it Solution disables some manufacturer specific wireless configuration utilities and enables  Wireless Zero Configuration service in Windows XP.

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  • <p>How do I know when a Mr. fixit solution is already uploaded on my PC.</p>

  • <p>thanks,to take me out of this problem of i have been for a while.CHARLIE LOPEZ.</p>

  • <p>thanks,to take me out of this problem of i have been for a while.CHARLIE LOPEZ.</p>

  • <p>I currently have a &quot;BELKIN Wireless &quot;G&quot; Router</p> <p>240Ghz-802.11g which Microsoft made me disconnect and run Ethernet cable directly to one of my computers. &nbsp;I have an HP running XP and a Gateway running &quot;Vista&quot; and since I'm not familiar with Vista I elected to hook up my HP with XP on it. I would very much like to put my router back into the system so that I can get familiar with both operating systems.</p> <p>I purchased a copy of XP from COMPU Serve, for $98.00, the vista came with my Gateway.</p> <p>I have the &quot;BEJKIN&quot; wireless G Router disk and was able to set up, but as soon as I brought the &quot;Vista&quot; machine home and hooked it up Microsoft made me take down my router. I have purchased many other software systems from Microsoft and would like to be able to rum them on any machine that I choose!</p> <p>Yhomas M. Lunsford &nbsp;</p>

  • <p>My microsoft router will not connect. there is no wireless signal available.</p>

  • <p>Um, maybe this is too obvious, but how am I supposed to download an application to a computer that can't connect to a network in the first place? &nbsp;</p>

  • <p>Jon Marlin</p> <p>You can save it to a disc or USB drive on one machine and run it on the other</p>

  • <p> Is there an easy way to view the results? &nbsp;When I open the XML file it opens in IE, and appears to have formatting instructions in the code but simply shows raw XML code.</p>

  • <p>I would like to have a Fix it icon on my desk top! &nbsp; This is just the greatest. I would gladly give someone a hug. </p>

  • <p>i have just reset my wireless wifii to be set the other computer but the old computer could not detect the signal from apple airport &lt;how come?&gt; what should i do with the old asus 802.11b network adapter,so i can connect to the wifii my email koboct61@yahoo.com.sg. &nbsp;Thank for the help</p>

  • <p>First..I understand just enough to get me in trouble on the computer, so what are the risks of using this fix to get rid of dells version and can I do this while I am online and will I have to reconfigure a connection with the new zero config before I can get back online with my cable modem? How will my zone firewall deal with all this?</p>

  • <p>Thanks! that has solved the problem - i could not view any wirless connections and btopenzone appeared to be blocking my wirelss connection - once again thanks</p>

  • <p>ေက်းဇူးအမ်ားႀကီးတင္ပါတယ္..မိတ္ေဆြတုိ႔လည္းဒီ့ထက္မကေအာင္ျမင္သူေတြျဖစ္ၾကပါေစလို႔ေမတၱာပုိ႔လုိက္ပါတယ္....</p>

  • <p>thank very much you .May success on your life more than.</p>

  • <p>thanks a lot for this tool!!! it resolves my problem rapidly!!! thanks once again, God bless you!!!!</p>

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