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Vista Wireless Error Messages


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Peelymonster

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Hi All,

Have a new pc with Vista which was installed at the factory. I installed a D-Link Wireless card. I do have internet and it's working fine. However, I get two error messages when booting up or switching users. In talking to the D-Link tech, he said both files are used to manage the wireless utility for the internet connection. However, Vista 'takes control' of all "managing" programs and therefore the error message. He suggested that Vista needs to be configured so that the error messages go away. I talked to Microsoft, who directed me to HP, who put me in touch with paid support!!! :whistling: Argh! Talk about a runaround....I'm hoping one of you can assist. :blink:

Here's the error messages:

AirPlusCFG.exe - Entry Point Not Found
The procedure entry point apssearchinterface could not be located in the dynamic link library wlanpi.dll.

Here's the second error:

WZCSLDR2.exe - The procedure entry points apsinitialize could not be located in the dynamic link library wlanapi.dll.

The AirPlusCFG.exe is part of D-Link. The WZCSLDR2.exe can be found in this directory: Program Files\ANI\ANIWZCS2 Service\

Please advise.

Thanks!
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