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Using Windows to Configfure Wireless

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Hey all, first time post. Hope you can all help me and I hope this is in the right forum. If not, please let me know and/or move it.

The problem I have is with my wireless settings. I have a D-Link Wireless Card, and have my computer setup to use windows to configure my settings. Under the "change the order of preferred networks", I have the "Use windows to configure my wireless network settings" box checked. Every time I log off, or restart my computer, or try to repair the connection.. the box unchecks itself.

I have been reading page after page for the last week, and have tried every possible solution I have read, but nothing has worked. Does anyone have any idea's? This is getting real annoying to have to change it multiple times a day. Sometimes my connection will get a little yellow triangle on it with an exclamation mark (just random) and I will have to again, go and re-check the box.

Anyone? Please?
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I would goto dlink and see if they have a driver update first. If they dont uninstall the dlink software make sure u have the driver disk and manually install the driver under system device manager.
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