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My laptop, vaio fxa36, has two LAC icon's one for Cat5 and one for the wireless card. (Orinoco Classic Gold) I want to change the wireless icon so I can tell them apart when making changes to TCIP. I have seen other icons such as one with little waves claiming "this is the wireless connection". Have any of you done this or seen how to do this. I can not find a setting, searched the forum as well. Thanks for the look and the help.
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If you already have an icon you want to use and you know the directory, you should be able to right-click on the icon you want to change, choose Properties from the menu selections. You should see a "Change Icon" button in window that pops up. Click the "Browse" button and find directory where the icon you want to use is stored. Select it. You may get a "Insert Disk" box, but just cancel it and the window for browsing will come up.

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