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A box comes up that said the WLAN has stopped woking and would have to close then windows said to look for an updated version where do i find one

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Goto the Dell website if that is your manufacturer and get the updated driver from there.

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How to enable WLAN in compaq CQ61

One of the people here posted a response, more than a year prior to your question, which comes very close to being the right response for your situation - you must change the settings on your network adapter, which you can find in Control Panel.

However, not knowing which version of Windows OS you have been working with, and other information about the PC you have been trying to use for WLAN, it is extremely difficult to offer you a response which will unequivocally fix your problem.

If you post more information, specific to your configuration, then one of us here will be able to guide you to the right solution.

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Intellinet wireless adapter malfunction

Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC) was introduced with Windows XP, it is also known as WLAN AutoConfig in Windows 7 and Vista. It is is a wireless connection management utility which dynamically selects a wireless network to connect to based on a user's preferences and various default settings. or most users the Windows Wireless Zero Utility is all that is needed to manage your wireless connections.

You can configure WZC as follows:

  1. Type services.msc in "run" and enter.
  2. Select wireless zero configuration from the list which appears in the next window.
  3. Double click on that option , and choose to Start or Stop the Wireless Zero service.
Here are steps to use Wireless Zero Configuration/WLAN AutoConfig in Windows 7:
  1. Click the Windows logo button
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  4. Click the Windows logo button. Type cmd in the Search box and press Enter. In the Command Prompt window, type netsh wlan show settings and press Enter. Look at the last line of the Wireless LAN Settings entry to see if the message Auto configuration logic is enabled on interface or Auto configuration logic is disabled on interface appears. If the entry notes that it is disabled, type, set autoconfig enabled=yes interface=Interface Name and press Enter. Close the Command Prompt window.

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I want to reconnect my network hardware

· Who is the computer manufacturer?
· Which version of Windows is installed on your computer?

I would suggest you to first check for the updated drivers for the network card from the manufacturer's website. If any update is available please go ahead and install the same and check what happens.
Refer to:
Update a driver for hardware that isn't working properly
Update drivers: recommended links
You may also check if the WLAN AutoConfig service is started and set to automatic.
To check the service
1. Click on Start
2. In the start Search box type Services
3. Right Click on - RUN AS ADMIN
Check if the below mentioned services has the mentioned status and start up type.
WLAN AutoConfig Started Automatic

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Your WLAN card has stopped working properly. This is a network adapter that allows your computer to connect to a wireless network. To find out if an updated version of your WLAN card is available,...

go to the device manager look up your card,first update the driver by right clicking on the card that is in network adapters.if that doesn't work try removing the card and let windows re-install it automatically.If that doesn't work go to best buy or office max and pick up a pcmcia wireless network adapter or a usb wireless network adapter about 12 -$19.00

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When I have multiple windows open and close ONE... they all close... and my computer is a bit slow... what can I do?? thanks, Ric

1) Make sure your version is fully up to date via microsoft update.
2) Check your windows options and settings, see if there's a box to check/uncheck to stop all closing.

3) To speed up your PC, down load and install a free programme call Ccleaner from

a) Run the cleaner.
b) From the "Tools" option choose "Startup" and remove every programme from your startup menu except for anti virus, firewall and malware applications.

Finally log onto either the Crucial or Orca websites, and check if you can add more ram.

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Good Day Dell Insiron 1525 Vista Home Basic I keep getting the windows pop-up "Dell Wireless WLAN Card Wireless Network Controller has stopped working" Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application...

What if you uninstall the wireless network controller driver? I mean without the WLAN driver installed. In fact, this error means there's some drivers outdated issues and needs to be updated. First of all, uninstall the WLAN driver, restart your computer. Check if the problem still persists or not. If so, the problem is not with your wireless driver, could be another driver issue. Update all the hardware drivers, reinstall the latest updated Wireless driver (you will be able to find the latest driver from the Dell Official website, if you need help with this, let me know.). After everything is updated and installed, restart the system and check again.

If the problem persists, could be another problem with registry. Run a registry cleaner and clean the system as well. You can download a free System-Registry cleaner from here (click here). Open the link, click "Download Now", wait for 20 seconds, again click "Download File Now" link, and then save it. Install the program and run the cleaner (close all the running programs while running this program) by clicking the "Run Cleaner", proceed forward, you may also need to wait for few minutes/seconds while it scans the system. Again, click "Registry" on the left pane and click "Scan for issues" on the right (middle), wait for few seconds/minutes until the scanning progress reaches 100%. Click "Fix all selected issues", then "No", "Fix all selected issues" "Ok" and then "Close". Once it's done, restart your computer and check again.

Good luck.

If you need further help, let me know.

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Intel Chipset : 

Windows XP :

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Windows XP :

Windows vista :

Windows 7 :

Realtek chipset : 

Windows 2000/Xp/Vista :

Windows 7 :

Check out which chipset works out for you.

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Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium

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  • When you computer comes on, press F2, F4, or Esc key to go into setup. You PC will tell you which button to press, you have to look quickly.
  • There should be an option for memory, it will tell you what is installed.
  • When the computer is updated, see if the error comes up.
For the video card, does your card have a port similar to this:
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