Question about Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11g/b

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My WZC (windows zero configuration) keeps getting turned off

I think it's because the stupid Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11g/b continues to startup and at the same time stop the windows service. This has the effect of making the wireless networks invisible, with the message "Windows cannot configure this network..." I can't seem to find a place to turn off the Intel software, even though I've uninstalled all Intel programs. help!

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  • mcbrad09 Feb 02, 2009

    my dad has a sony viao and i tend to fix all his computer problems recently the laptop completely broke and had to get taken to get repaired since its returned it wont connect to our wirless network same thing keeps happening in the "view available wireless connections" window it says basically another program is being used to set up wireless service and ive gone to start>run>services.msc and started the WZC but it stops again after a few seconds, cant find a way around this problem :(

  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    i put a check in the box to use windows to configure my wireless settings and the checked box saves and the check goes back to normal and its stopped the next time i reboot, do i have to put it back in everytime i log in.

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This problem is a frequent problem. There are several solutions that can be done. I would recommend going into wireless network connections, right clicking on it and select repair. This can sometimes fix it. You can also try changing the compatibility mode with which it runs in. Sometimes you can go to the intel website and get an older version of the software, and keep trying them until they fit. It seems you have to keep trying things till it works.

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Open Control Panel
Right click on Wireless Network Connections and select properties
The Properties window should open, click on the Wireless Networks tab
Put a check in the box for "Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings"
Click Ok

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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