Windows zero configuration

  chocolate cake 13:13 10 Apr 11
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I have recently upgraded to a faster download package and after initial problems that took me two weeks to sort out I have gained access to the internet. What I have to do now though is access WZC through "Start\Control panel\Administrative Tools\Services and then click Start. I then have to exit the Wireless Manager program installed when I went wireless with the same provider. Only then will the system allow me access. Does anyone have any ideas how I can set the WZC to start when I switch on my PC rather than go through all this rigmarole that my wife will find impossible to follow.

Regards

  Taff™ 13:20 10 Apr 11

Remove the program supplied by your ISP and then WZC should start automatically on reboot. If it doesn`t set it to do so as you just stated.

  lotvic 13:23 10 Apr 11
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You could Stop the 'Wireless Manager program installed when I went wireless with the same provider' and put on Automatic the Windows Wireless Zero Configuration

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