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How can i open the "View Wreless networks"


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dan3411

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could someone please tell me either where i go to open the "view wireless networks" tell me what to write in the run or something??

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Hello,

If you have the icon by your clock for your wireless connection, you can click on that then go to view wireless connections. Otherwise you can go into control panel, internet/network connections and go into network connections. I forget what the run command is, maybe someone else knows it. :tazz:
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this is all good and well but what i want to do is uninstal the wireless utility that came with it and use the windows one. but when the wireless utility is uninstalled i can't view the wireless networks.
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you need to make sure that wireless zero service is installed and running....also there should be a button within your current wireless software to allow windows to take care of the connection
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but i can open it when i have the utility running but it says " can not configure wirless connection... if you have enabled another program to manage your wireless connection use that" but when i uninstall the utility the view wireless connection is nowhere to be found
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don't uninstall the utillity....look for an option within it to allow windows to use the wireless......that utility is probably bundled with the wireless driver
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