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Dell Wireless 1350 WLAN Monitor startup problems?


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Meetloaf13

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Lately when Windows loads on my laptop, it takes several minutes for WLTRYSVC.EXE & BCMWLTRY.EXE to load. They used to load up instantly, but now I have to wait several minutes to use any networking or internet programs until they load. From what I can tell, WLTRYSVC.EXE invokes BCMWLTRY.EXE (looking at Process Explorer). The programs seem to load up with everything else, but I can't tell what the problem is...I thought it was the driver, but I've reinstalled that and no difference. Any suggestions or answers would be lauded and appreciated.

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Dell Latitude D600
Pentium M 1.60 GHz
512MB RAM
Windows XP SP2 (up to date)
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Have you recently made any software changes....i.e. new anti-virus?
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I haven't made any major changes. I like to check out new software here and there, but I haven't installed anything that changes startup features or system-wide settings.
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Can you remove the device from device manager and reinstall it?

(Make sure you have appropriate drivers handy before doing so.)
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