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DLink Wireless Network Failed

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I need some help with a problem that has cropped up with my Wireless Nectwork

I am running:
DLink DSL-G604T ADSL Modem Router

Main PC WinXP Pro attached via Cat 5 Ethernet.
Laptop WinXP Pro Attached via DWL-G122 USB Wireless Adaptor

After installing and setting up the Network it has been working fine however everytime I switch on my Laptop I get an error message:
ANIWZCS2 Service Launcher has encountered a problem and needs to close.

The wireless network is not available, I have tried disabling and re-enabling and repairing to no avail.

This problem may have occurred as a result of running a program to fix another problem of disappearing icons from the task bar.
I downloaded a tool "TaskBarRepairToolplus"
I think this tool among other things disables UPnP Device.

ANIWZCS2 is part of the DLink Airplus G utility installed for the DWL-G122 USB Wireless adaptor.

I have configured Windows to control my wireless network.

I have dowloaded the up to date Drivers for the the DWL-G122 to version 3.00 from the D Link site and will install them to see if that fixes the problem.

if I connect a Wireless PCMCIA Adaptor to my Laptop it finds the Network and works fine so its definately the DWL-G122.

My USB Storage Device works fine.
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The D Link is now working fine so consider this thread closed!!
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congratulations for figuring this issue out, sorry we couldn't help you.

since you found your solution i will be closing this topic. if you need it reopened please contact a moderator/admin.
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