Widows Wireless Service

  Wrinkly70 19:52 13 Nov 08
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A netgear wg111t on a Vista computer does not connect automatically on boot up.
Using diagnose it reports Windows Wireless Service not active then repairs and all is well.
is there a setting to get Windows Wireless Service to start on boot up?

  mgmcc 11:28 14 Nov 08

Open the Services window ("Start > Run", type SERVICES.MSC and click OK). Scroll down to the entry for "WLAN AutoConfig", double click it to open its Properties sheet and ensure that (a) the service is Started and (b) that its Startup Type is set to "Automatic".

  Wrinkly70 11:40 14 Nov 08

To "mgmcc"
Thank you. I looked in Services, but could not decide which one needed to be adjusted. As usual you have the answers.
Wrinkly70 (should I change it to 74 on my birthday in December!)

  Covergirl 12:25 14 Nov 08

Is this a bit like Womans Hour for the bereaved . . . . ?

(Sorry, couldn't resist)

Don't forget to tick.

  Wrinkly70 12:43 14 Nov 08

Covergirl
Do not understand your "joke", which happens to be in very bad taste

  mgmcc 14:18 14 Nov 08

I have to confess it took a while for "the penny to drop" with me. She's picked up on the mis-spelling of *WINDOWS* in the thread title.

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