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Anonymous
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April 14, 2004 12:43:15 AM

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I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
this?
Anonymous
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April 14, 2004 12:54:27 AM

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Click the computer icon in the system tray, click properties. click on the
wireless networks tab. Click on advanced. Make sure that the automatically
connect to non-preferred networks is unchecked. See if that helps, if not
post back, and someone will probably have the answer.

Not sure why the other poster thinks that this is a Microsoft only group.

Steve

"Sanjay Punjab" <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:97d41df6.0404131943.43c9a965@posting.google.com...
> I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
> Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
> loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
> connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
> its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
> and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
> seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
> at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
> found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
> building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
> this?
Anonymous
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April 14, 2004 1:08:43 AM

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You need to contact Netgear support. This newsgroup supports Microsoft's
Broadband Networking hardware and software, not networking in general.
--
Chris H.
Microsoft Windows MVP
Associate Expert
Expert Zone - www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone

"Sanjay Punjab" <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:97d41df6.0404131943.43c9a965@posting.google.com...
>I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
> Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
> loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
> connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
> its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
> and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
> seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
> at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
> found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
> building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
> this?
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Anonymous
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April 14, 2004 1:59:11 AM

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Read the name of the newsgroup. There are other newsgroups for general
networking questions. This newsgroup is for support of Microsoft's
Broadband Networking hardware and software. The hardware isn't Microsoft's
therefore we direct the user to contact the support section for that
company. Wouldn't look too good to tell someone to make a change and have
it goof up their LAN, would it?
--
Chris H.
Microsoft Windows MVP
Associate Expert
Expert Zone - www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone

"Steve Carroll" <ak_hermit@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:107ph04tc4jhb41@corp.supernews.com...
> Click the computer icon in the system tray, click properties. click on
> the
> wireless networks tab. Click on advanced. Make sure that the
> automatically
> connect to non-preferred networks is unchecked. See if that helps, if not
> post back, and someone will probably have the answer.
>
> Not sure why the other poster thinks that this is a Microsoft only group.
>
> Steve
Anonymous
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April 14, 2004 1:59:12 AM

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I see what happened, the original poster cross posted to several different
groups, my reply, and yours went to all of those groups. I replied from
alt.internet.wireless. I apologize to all these groups!

Steve

"Chris H." <winxpnews@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:evAi70dIEHA.3224@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
> Read the name of the newsgroup. There are other newsgroups for general
> networking questions. This newsgroup is for support of Microsoft's
> Broadband Networking hardware and software. The hardware isn't
Microsoft's
> therefore we direct the user to contact the support section for that
> company. Wouldn't look too good to tell someone to make a change and have
> it goof up their LAN, would it?
> --
> Chris H.
> Microsoft Windows MVP
> Associate Expert
> Expert Zone - www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone
>
> "Steve Carroll" <ak_hermit@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:107ph04tc4jhb41@corp.supernews.com...
> > Click the computer icon in the system tray, click properties. click on
> > the
> > wireless networks tab. Click on advanced. Make sure that the
> > automatically
> > connect to non-preferred networks is unchecked. See if that helps, if
not
> > post back, and someone will probably have the answer.
> >
> > Not sure why the other poster thinks that this is a Microsoft only
group.
> >
> > Steve
>
>
April 14, 2004 8:45:19 AM

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See the article in the latest PC Magazine regarding turning Windows Zero
Config off and on. With WZC disabled your wifi won't try to switch to
another provider.
Terry

"Sanjay Punjab" <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:97d41df6.0404131943.43c9a965@posting.google.com...
> I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
> Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
> loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
> connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
> its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
> and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
> seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
> at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
> found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
> building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
> this?
Anonymous
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April 14, 2004 9:29:25 AM

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"Chris H." <winxpnews@hotmail.com> wrote in
news:evAi70dIEHA.3224@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl:

> Read the name of the newsgroup. There are other newsgroups for
> general networking questions. This newsgroup is for support of
> Microsoft's Broadband Networking hardware and software. The hardware
> isn't Microsoft's therefore we direct the user to contact the support
> section for that company. Wouldn't look too good to tell someone to
> make a change and have it goof up their LAN, would it?

I thought the OP was asking about a wireless situation Netgear, Linksys,
D-link, Belkin and others. And just in how the OP was talking, it seemed
to me he is talking MS. Most posters I have seen who are not using MS
will indicate otherwise as he or she post.

After all, this is alt.internet.wireless -- not alt.internet.wireless-
Microsoft-(only) and people who come here seek help on their wireless
issues no matter what O/S they may be using. It seems that the vast
majority of the time, someone will respond with an answer no matter what
the O/S may be.

It sounds like a Wireless Zero problem on the XP O/S.

Duane :) 
Anonymous
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April 14, 2004 6:21:40 PM

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piclistguy@yahoo.com (Sanjay Punjab) wrote in
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> Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> network started to appear (named ez-home).

Easiest thing for you to do is change your Network SSID.

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April 14, 2004 7:00:28 PM

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Sanjay Punjab <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
> Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
> loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
> connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
> its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
> and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
> seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
> at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
> found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
> building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
> this?

Set your router to a different channel and a different name. Turn off
zero wireless config in XP.


--
Groeten,

Antonio (Voor email, verwijder X)
Anonymous
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a b D Laptop
April 14, 2004 7:15:09 PM

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On Tue, 13 Apr 2004 21:59:11 -0700, "Chris H." <winxpnews@hotmail.com> wrote:

~ Read the name of the newsgroup. There are other newsgroups for general
~ networking questions. This newsgroup is for support of Microsoft's
~ Broadband Networking hardware and software. The hardware isn't Microsoft's
~ therefore we direct the user to contact the support section for that
~ company. Wouldn't look too good to tell someone to make a change and have
~ it goof up their LAN, would it?

WZC *is* Microsoft software, and it *is* most likely the
culprit for the described behavior.

So I suppose that this falls well within the purview of
"Microsoft's Broadband Networking hardware and software",
depending on what you mean by "broadband". Being an old
geezer, "broadband" means to me an analog coaxial system that
contains multiple carriers at different frequencies.
But I would guess that "broadband" means something different
to a "Microsoft Windows MVP Associate Expert".

Aaron
April 14, 2004 9:14:28 PM

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it was cross posted dummy.......


"Chris H." <winxpnews@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:evAi70dIEHA.3224@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
> Read the name of the newsgroup. There are other newsgroups for general
> networking questions. This newsgroup is for support of Microsoft's
> Broadband Networking hardware and software. The hardware isn't
Microsoft's
> therefore we direct the user to contact the support section for that
> company. Wouldn't look too good to tell someone to make a change and have
> it goof up their LAN, would it?
> --
> Chris H.
> Microsoft Windows MVP
> Associate Expert
> Expert Zone - www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone
>
> "Steve Carroll" <ak_hermit@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:107ph04tc4jhb41@corp.supernews.com...
> > Click the computer icon in the system tray, click properties. click on
> > the
> > wireless networks tab. Click on advanced. Make sure that the
> > automatically
> > connect to non-preferred networks is unchecked. See if that helps, if
not
> > post back, and someone will probably have the answer.
> >
> > Not sure why the other poster thinks that this is a Microsoft only
group.
> >
> > Steve
>
>
Anonymous
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April 14, 2004 9:17:02 PM

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Change the default SSID to some unique name, change the channel, enable 256bit
WEP. Change the WEP settings often.

TJ

Sanjay Punjab wrote:
>
> I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
> Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
> loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
> connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
> its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
> and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
> seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
> at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
> found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
> building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
> this?

--
=================================================================
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as if any other time isn't worth noting....
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Anonymous
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April 15, 2004 1:49:11 AM

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I renamed my router, changed to a different channel
Still the same problem.
When I disabled the zero wireless config service in msconfig
I couldnt pick up any wifi networks.
thanks

antoniongXXX@zonnet.nl (AnToNio) wrote in message news:<1gc87tp.jxz7hr1vat6m6N%antoniongXXX@zonnet.nl>...
> Sanjay Punjab <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
> > Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> > network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
> > loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
> > connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
> > its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
> > and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
> > seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
> > at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
> > found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
> > building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
> > this?
>
> Set your router to a different channel and a different name. Turn off
> zero wireless config in XP.
April 15, 2004 4:45:14 AM

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In article <107ph04tc4jhb41@corp.supernews.com>, "Steve Carroll" <ak_hermit@hotmail.com> wrote:
>Click the computer icon in the system tray, click properties. click on the
>wireless networks tab. Click on advanced. Make sure that the automatically
>connect to non-preferred networks is unchecked. See if that helps, if not
>post back, and someone will probably have the answer.
>
>Not sure why the other poster thinks that this is a Microsoft only group.

He missed where it is cross posted into three newsgroups. one of them is a
microsoft newsgroup:
Newsgroups:
microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware,alt.internet.wireless,comp.sys.
laptops

>
>Steve
>
>"Sanjay Punjab" <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>news:97d41df6.0404131943.43c9a965@posting.google.com...
>> I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
>> Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
>> network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
>> loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
>> connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
>> its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
>> and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
>> seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
>> at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
>> found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
>> building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
>> this?
>
>
April 15, 2004 4:46:12 AM

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In article <evAi70dIEHA.3224@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl>, "Chris H." <winxpnews@hotmail.com> wrote:
>Read the name of the newsgroup.

Newsgroups:
microsoft.public.broadbandnet.hardware,alt.internet.wireless,comp.sys.
laptops

I think many people have, your newsreader appears to not give you the full
header on posts.

> There are other newsgroups for general
>networking questions. This newsgroup is for support of Microsoft's
>Broadband Networking hardware and software. The hardware isn't Microsoft's
>therefore we direct the user to contact the support section for that
>company. Wouldn't look too good to tell someone to make a change and have
>it goof up their LAN, would it?
April 15, 2004 11:42:34 AM

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Enable WZC until you have a proper connection then disable it.
Terry

"Sanjay Punjab" <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:97d41df6.0404142049.5171a634@posting.google.com...
> I renamed my router, changed to a different channel
> Still the same problem.
> When I disabled the zero wireless config service in msconfig
> I couldnt pick up any wifi networks.
> thanks
>
> antoniongXXX@zonnet.nl (AnToNio) wrote in message
news:<1gc87tp.jxz7hr1vat6m6N%antoniongXXX@zonnet.nl>...
> > Sanjay Punjab <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >
> > > I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
> > > Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> > > network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
> > > loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
> > > connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
> > > its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
> > > and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
> > > seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
> > > at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
> > > found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
> > > building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
> > > this?
> >
> > Set your router to a different channel and a different name. Turn off
> > zero wireless config in XP.
Anonymous
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April 15, 2004 11:55:37 AM

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piclistguy@yahoo.com (Sanjay Punjab) wrote in message news:<97d41df6.0404142049.5171a634@posting.google.com>...
> I renamed my router, changed to a different channel
> Still the same problem.
> When I disabled the zero wireless config service in msconfig
> I couldnt pick up any wifi networks.
> thanks
>
> antoniongXXX@zonnet.nl (AnToNio) wrote in message news:<1gc87tp.jxz7hr1vat6m6N%antoniongXXX@zonnet.nl>...
> > Sanjay Punjab <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >
> > > I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
> > > Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> > > network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
> > > loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
> > > connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
> > > its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
> > > and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
> > > seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
> > > at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
> > > found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
> > > building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
> > > this?
> >
> > Set your router to a different channel and a different name. Turn off
> > zero wireless config in XP.

If you have access to it admin functions of the router, set a filter
for your MAC address on the WiFi AP and be done with it.
April 15, 2004 3:22:27 PM

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Sanjay Punjab <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote:

> When I disabled the zero wireless config service in msconfig
> I couldnt pick up any wifi networks.

After removing?stopping zero ...., you must install the software that
came with the wifi card/stick.

--
Groeten,

Antonio (Voor email, verwijder X)
Anonymous
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April 15, 2004 3:22:28 PM

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> Sanjay Punjab wrote:
> > When I disabled the zero wireless config service in
> > msconfig I couldnt pick up any wifi networks.

AnToNio wrote:
> After removing?stopping zero ...., you must install
> the software that came with the wifi card/stick.

I don't understand why everyone has been recommending disabling XP's
wireless zero config. It's so much easier to simply list your own wireless
router and no others under Preferred Networks, and under the Advanced button
turn off the "automatically connect to non-preferred networks" checkbox.
Problem solved, no additional software required.

-Mike
Anonymous
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a b D Laptop
April 15, 2004 3:22:29 PM

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Apparently they're the same people who follow certain web sites'
recommendations to "speed up" Windows XP. The web sites, and even a popular
PC magazine even recommended shutting off Cryptographic Services, without
which installation of programs won't function properly. 8-) Wireless Zero
Configuration should NOT be turned off.
--
Chris H.
Microsoft Windows MVP
Associate Expert
Expert Zone - www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone

"Michael Geary" <Mike@DeleteThis.Geary.com> wrote in message
news:107tc24t1dnlh1d@corp.supernews.com...
>> Sanjay Punjab wrote:
>> > When I disabled the zero wireless config service in
>> > msconfig I couldnt pick up any wifi networks.
>
> AnToNio wrote:
>> After removing?stopping zero ...., you must install
>> the software that came with the wifi card/stick.
>
> I don't understand why everyone has been recommending disabling XP's
> wireless zero config. It's so much easier to simply list your own wireless
> router and no others under Preferred Networks, and under the Advanced
> button
> turn off the "automatically connect to non-preferred networks" checkbox.
> Problem solved, no additional software required.
>
> -Mike
>
>
Anonymous
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a b D Laptop
April 15, 2004 6:52:04 PM

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You renamed your router, but did you change the name in the network settings?
You have to rename your networking cards too. They ALL have to have the same
network name, and make sure they're all on the same channel.

TJ

Sanjay Punjab wrote:
>
> I renamed my router, changed to a different channel
> Still the same problem.
> When I disabled the zero wireless config service in msconfig
> I couldnt pick up any wifi networks.
> thanks
>
> antoniongXXX@zonnet.nl (AnToNio) wrote in message news:<1gc87tp.jxz7hr1vat6m6N%antoniongXXX@zonnet.nl>...
> > Sanjay Punjab <piclistguy@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >
> > > I have an MR814 Netgear WIFI router connected to a DSL modem.
> > > Everything was working fine for months until yesterday when this new
> > > network started to appear (named ez-home). Every 60 seconds my laptop
> > > loses network connection (wireless connection unavailable) and then
> > > connects to this other network ez-home (which I cant even use because
> > > its encrypted). I then have to many click on the available networks
> > > and reselect my own network, then everything works fine for another 60
> > > seconds. If I go to the prefered networks list, my network is listed
> > > at the top and the other network isnt even in the list. I havent yet
> > > found the neighbor who owns this network, I live in an appartment
> > > building. Is there anything I can do to keep my WIFI card from doing
> > > this?
> >
> > Set your router to a different channel and a different name. Turn off
> > zero wireless config in XP.

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=================================================================
Pilots track their lives by the number of hours in the air,
as if any other time isn't worth noting....
Michael Rarfit
April 16, 2004 12:53:53 AM

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Michael Geary <Mike@DeleteThis.Geary.com> wrote:

> I don't understand why everyone has been recommending disabling XP's
> wireless zero config.

If it works for you then fine leave it that way. But often is brings
many problems. One of the reasons that it is a 'either or' situation.

Meaning many people have both the zero config enabled _and_ installed
the device drivers. In that case one is asking for problems.

--
Groeten,

Antonio (Voor email, verwijder X)
April 16, 2004 12:53:53 AM

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Chris H. <winxpnews@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Wireless Zero
> Configuration should NOT be turned off.

Only if there are no problems. If one has a peoblem shutting off solves
it in 99.9%.

--
Groeten,

Antonio (Voor email, verwijder X)
!