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WZC, advance settings.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by lee.e, Jul 12, 2007.

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  1. lee.e

    lee.e Thread Starter

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    Hi all, long time no need to ask, but i'm back hoping al you budding support guys can help me.

    On my recently aquired laptop i had to install a dlink wireless card to get it wireless. all is fine with this and with it connecting. my problem is that i use this laptop on several networks, and when i open the wzc program all is fine, search for networks, connecting and entering security codes.

    However when i goto the advance settings the window opens and i have a general, wireless network and advanced tab, general and advanced are ok but when i click on wireless network tab, i get an error report and an option to send to microsoft. the error is windows explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close.

    the only way to get rid of the error is to task manager and end non responding program

    can anyone help please

    thanks lee.e

    ps the laptop is second hand and didn't come with any xp discs, and its a microstar 41058 or medion 2020, same thing different names.
     
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