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November 19, 2009 5:02:57 PM

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November 19, 2009 5:07:23 PM

how can i fix the problem of wireless event log servic has stoped working
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June 30, 2011 8:51:50 PM

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how can i fix the problem of wireless event log servic has stoped working

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November 21, 2011 12:51:22 PM

How can i fix the problem of wirless event long service has stooed working?

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November 22, 2011 1:54:41 AM

First of all.. run for the hills because you have vista.

Secondly, the Intel Wireless Event Viewer program displays a list of error log records. You can save all available log records to a binary format file for sending to customer support...

How do I access the Intel® Wireless Event Viewer?

To open the Intel® Wireless Event Viewer, follow these steps:

Click Start » All Programs » Intel® PROSet Wireless » WiFi Connection Utility.
Select Intel® Wireless Troubleshooter on the Intel® PROSet/Wireless Tools menu.
Click Wireless Event Viewer.

Settings:
To change the storage location of the log file:
Click Settings to open the Wireless Event Viewer Settings.
Click Enable Logging checkbox.
Specify the default folder for saved log files: Click Browse to locate a new folder location.
File Name: The file name is the default machine name.
Maximum Size: Enter the size of the file in kilobytes (KB).
Click OK to close and apply the new changes. Click Cancel to close without applying any changes.
If you want the log file copied to another location at a set frequency of days:

Click Copy the log file to another location.
Destination Folder: Enter where to store the files or click Browse to select a folder location.
Frequency (days): Select how often you want the files moved to the destination folder.
Click OK to close and apply the new changes. Click Cancel to close without applying any changes.
Exit:
Click to exit Wireless Event Viewer and return to the Intel Wireless Troubleshooter.

NOTE: An administrator can use the Administrator Tool Application Setting, Wireless Event Log Viewer Preferences to set the default log file location.

Mode Select whether you want to view current or past event traces:
Realtime Event Viewing (default): List of event traces from the current session with the Intel Wireless Troubleshooter.
Log File Viewing: Select to view event traces saved in the log files from previous sessions with Intel Wireless Troubleshooter.
Help
Help Wireless Event Viewer:
Provides help information for this page.

About:
Displays version information for the Intel Wireless Troubleshooter.

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Screen Description

Level The severity level of the connection issue is indicated by an icon.

The severity levels are:
Information
Error
Warning
Description Brief description of the connection issue.
Date and Time Date and time of the detected connection issue. This column can be sorted in ascending or descending order. Click the column header to sort the displayed events.
Open
Opens log files archived from previous sessions with Intel® Wireless Troubleshooter.
Clear
Removes the information in the Wireless Event Viewer.
Save As
Saves the available log. Use the suggested name or change it.
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Resolving errors

If the application failed to start

The application that you specified to start when this profile connected, could not be found. Verify the path and file name in the Profile Manager Advanced Settings.

To verify the path and file name, follow these steps:
From the Intel PROSet/Wireless main window, click Profiles.
Select the Profile.
Click Properties.
Click Advanced.
Click Enable Start Application. Verify that the file name and file location path are correct.
Click OK to close the Advanced Settings.
Click OK to close the General Settings and return to the Profiles list.

Thirdly, get a new OS when you can.

Hope that's helps YARL!
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