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What Is The Running Process For The Wireless Utility

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#1 airs0ft3r


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Posted 25 April 2008 - 07:57 PM


I'm posting this on my laptop. I've had a wireless card in my desktop for a very long time. The drivers have always worked well (until recently). For some reason, the wireless cannot connect to an access point. Normally, the icon in the image I will post will be there, but for some reason, it's not.

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I want to use cmd.exe to execute the process but I'm not sure what its called. Any help is appreciated.


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Posted 27 April 2008 - 09:13 PM

The wireless service probably lives under one of the svchost.exe processes.

This might be the one you're after: Wireless Zero Configuration service.

Go Start > Run and type "services.msc".
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