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Wireless settings lost after reboot?


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#1 evo77

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Posted 29 December 2008 - 12:03 PM

I recently installed a Dlink DR615 wireless router. I have a desktop and laptop at home, both with WinXP. After spending ALL day yesterday to get the laptop to connect to the internet I was able to however the wireless settings are lost everytime after reboot.

Each time I have to run command services.msc and check mark the "start" under Service Status for the Wireless Zero Config.

And then in the wireless connection>advanced settings>Wireless Network Tab I have to click the "use windows to configure my wireless network".

I have to perform these two steps every time in order to connect.

What can I do so that they stay put?

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#2 evo77

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Posted 06 January 2009 - 11:26 PM

Anyone with input?




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