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paulsiam

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I am using XP Pro SP 3. I just installed the D-Link usb DWA-140. It works ok. But when I reboot, i always get an error message: "ANIWZCS2 Service Launcher" error. If i click OK and it closes, the d-link still works fine; but how do i get rid of the message on booting?
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phillipcorcoran

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Updating the driver for your D-Link USB device may fix it, the driver supplied with it will most likely not be the latest version.
The D-Link support page for DWA 140 is here: http://www.dlink.com...d=DWA-140&tab=3

There are two versions listed on that page -- click the one that applies to you, then click "Drivers".

Important: Uninstall existing D-Link driver & software before installing downloaded driver!

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 22 February 2011 - 07:06 AM.

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thanks, will do!
in meantime, i tried disabling that command in msconfig startup, and the d-link works fine, and no error message. Could be that i changed the d-link default settings to use Windows to manage the wireless networks rather than the d-link controller...?
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The ANIWZCS2 Service Launcher belongs to the software supplied with your D-Link device. I'm aware that many D-Link users have had problems with that particular item on Windows XP so they disabled it (as you have) and let Windows manage their wireless configuration instead. It seems you've fixed the problem yourself so congratulations! Hope it stays that way!

Edited by phillipcorcoran, 23 February 2011 - 03:43 PM.

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