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IPaq 6365 WiFi Wont Shut Off

Hello, Evertime I do a soft re-boot, on completion, the WiFi indicator light starts flashing and the Wifi button turns amber (brown). I try to tap the button but it goes grey for a few moments and then back to amber and I cannot turn it off. The only way I can turn it off is if, by chance, I go near a Wifi network, it is then detected and I can then see an "I" antenna at the top of the Today screen - I tap it and I can then tap "turn WiFi off". Is there any other way? I have not installed the Bios update because I am in Australia and it is not one of the countries listed. Appreciate your help.

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Re: iPaq 6365 WiFi Wont Shut Off

There's a little utility I use (just because it's quicker than the usual iPaq Wireless screen buttons) called WirelessSwitcher. http://www.aspecto-software.com/WiFiFoFum/Utilities.htm Maybe this would do the trick for you.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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