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Wireless utility software and windows xp.


I am having problems connecting through the 3com officeconnect 11g wireless utility software. I cannot open the utility window as it is immediately closed after I open it (before I can do anything). I am using windows XP. I checked my firewall setting but that doesn’t seem to be the problem.

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  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2008

    Hi I got similar but probably older device. Problem is quite the same. When I use 3Com utility it say my signal is strong but I can't get IP. Same thing when I use XP wireless apps. It once work but most of the time it is not.

  • Anonymous Nov 01, 2008

    The program shuts down as soon as I open it up.. help?



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Disable the 3com software from opening on bootup then go to run type in services.msc & press Enter then scroll down to Wireless Zero Configuration if its set to manual or disabled right click on it & click properties. Change Startup type to automatic & then press Start once you have done that you should be able to use the windows wifi tool instead of the 3com tool. Hope that works for you.

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I'll guess at xp.(and that you're using the windows software to connect)

Double click the wireless connection icon in the bottom right (the one that flickered when you're online.

Click 'view wireless connections'

click 'change the order of preferred networks'

Now select everything on the list and delete it apart from your own.

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You should be ok now.

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