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Old 05-27-07, 08:14 PM   #1
MartinBlank
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Having trouble with my wireless internet....

Something's up with my wireless. My comp is running Intel PROSET/Wireless, which is fuckin' with my connection. The onlyway I can get myself connected to the net is to turn off the PROSET and use Widows to connect to the net....when the PROSET is "white" i'm fine, when it's glowing green, I'm screwed.

Is there anyway I can change the default setting so that I don't have to deal with the extra bullshit everytime I restart my computer? Some way to just have Windows deal with my connectivity?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 05-28-07, 06:47 PM   #2
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Something's up with my wireless. My comp is running Intel PROSET/Wireless, which is fuckin' with my connection. The onlyway I can get myself connected to the net is to turn off the PROSET and use Widows to connect to the net....when the PROSET is "white" i'm fine, when it's glowing green, I'm screwed.

Is there anyway I can change the default setting so that I don't have to deal with the extra bullshit everytime I restart my computer? Some way to just have Windows deal with my connectivity?

Thanks in advance.
Does that run under a service? Or is it something in the programs startup? Either set the service to disabled or manual, or take it out of the startup folder.

You could also go into MSConfig and remove it from the startup that way.

I don't know about this specific program, but the above works for most things you don't want to startup automatically.
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Old 05-28-07, 10:24 PM   #3
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How do I access the startup folder?
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Old 05-29-07, 09:38 PM   #4
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How do I access the startup folder?
usually under all programs, then startup...
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