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Wireless Error I get a an error in the ConfigFree Screen that says, "Another vendor's application is controlling the wireless adapter".

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More than likely windows will be controlling the wireless adapter....go into control panel and find wireless network setup wizard...follow prompts

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In case of windows XP, there might be 2 different wireless utilities can control your wireless adapter.
First utility is the manufacturer's utility. If you have Dell wireless adapter then you can use Dell utility to connect to the network.
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