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I am trying to disable the wireless connection manager but not disable the network adapter and let windows vista manage my wireless networks. How do I do this?

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  • bigpauly2000 Feb 19, 2009

    I submitted my problem and my solution was to completely uninstall the DLink network adapter. I have tried to do this before and this did not work. I just need Windows to manage the wireless networks but still utilize the DLink network adapter.

  • bigpauly2000 Feb 20, 2009

    I was given another solution to my problem. However I cannot locate the folder with the DLink wireless control manager in order to disable it.

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You can enable the built in wireless utility on vista which is called WLAN autoconfig, you can enable it by typing SERVICES.MSC AND THEN LOOK FOR WLAN AUTOCONFIG right click and select start and now you can use the built in wireless utility of vista...

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In Windows Vista:

  1. Right-click the network icon I am trying to disable - ?id=hp.cpc.ehelp.networkicon in the system tray.
  2. Click Connect to a network.
  3. Click Set up a connection or network.
  4. Click Manually connect to a wireless network, then click Next.
  5. Enter the Network name you wish to connect to, Security type, Encryption type, and Security Key/Passphrase.
  6. Click Next.

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Go in to computer network control panel look for device click on it and change settings to your pref

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    albert getty Feb 20, 2009

    network and shareing center change your media sharing settings

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Click on my computer, click on C drive, select program files folder with the name btbb_wcm and rename this folder to btbb_wcm_old. After renaming the folder restart your 
computer and you shoud find the bt wireless manager icon does not appear and 
you connecting is made by the windows connection manager.

or  Go into services list by right clicking my computer, then go to manage. Once this is done there is a list of items down left hand side. Click on Services & Applications. then on right side double-click Services.

Just above Wireless Zero Configuration service, there is Wireless Adapter Configurator (THIS IS THE HIDEOUS BT CONNECTION MANAGER). Double-Click on the item and DISABLE it. 

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To enable Windows to manage your network adapter, instead of the dedicated software, you need to enable windows wireless zero configuration, by running services.msc in the run box, and starting the windows wireless zero configuration service.


Follow the steb by step instructions on website below.

Turning on Wireless Zero Configuration -

Thanks.

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    Ginko Feb 19, 2009


    The expert that wants to hijack this solution on an external chat can follow my indication below to fix the computer, as if you completely uninstall the DLink network adapter you also uninstall the driver and the adapter will not work.

    You just enable WZC, and leave the adapter software inactive just monitoring and not controlling the adapter.

    Follow instructions below.

    Turning on Wireless Zero Configuration


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    Ginko Feb 20, 2009

    Hi there, you do not need to locate the folder with the DLink wireless control manager in order to disable it.

    What you need to do is enabling Windows wireless zero configuration and then chose

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    Ginko Feb 20, 2009

    Sorry , my previous email was incomplete:

    Hi there, you do not need to locate the folder with the DLink wireless control manager in order to disable it.

    What you need to do is enabling Windows wireless zero configuration .

    To do this you have two ways.

    1 go to the DLink software and find a setting called 'Let Windows manage my wireless settings' and tick the box.

    2 follow instructions on Turning on Wireless Zero Configuration .

    After you do that the program icon will still appear near to the clock but the software will be inactive.

    To prevent the icon from showing you need to modify the content of registry: Local Machine >Software>Microsoft >Windows >Current version > Run , and delete the Dlink entry in the system registry.
    The problem is that if you do something wrong in the system registry, Windows will not start.
    Better to leave the Dlink icon with software inactive and not touching system registry.

    Please disregard my previous message.

    Do not forget to accept the solution if this is useful .

    Thanks.


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Hi

uninstall the wireless connection manager from
start -> control panel -> uninstall programs.

Windows vista should manage it now.

I can also look at this over remote support if you want.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

  • Ekse Feb 15, 2009

    If you want me to look at it over remote support.



    open www.fastsupport.com

    write in your name

    write in support key 176-691-899

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