"Dudi" wrote:

> It works fine for the last three years. Please note that even now, I manage
> to establish the W/L connection when I run the D-Link utility manually. The
> problem is that the WZC service stopped somehow to function. Since the card
> as well its drivers are all the same I believe that something went wrong
> with the OS.
>
> Dudi
>
> "Jack (MVP-Networking)." <jack@discussiongroup.com> ???
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> > Hi
> > Did the card worked before?
> > The DWL-120 802.11b is an old card, some of the DWL-120 versions are not
> > even Win XP compatible.
> > I would try to uninstall the Utility and the card's driver, and reinstall
> > them again.
> > Or better of, given the low price of Wireless cards get a nice 802.11g
> > card.
> > Jack (MVP-Networking).
> >
> > "Dudi" <ardudi@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:On6sJiw6HHA.5740@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
> >> Hello,
> >>
> >> I use XP SP2, D-Link W/L USB card: DWL-120 (902.11b).
> >>
> >> All of a sudden, my PC stopped automatically connecting to my wireless
> >> network on power on. The only way I can force this connection to be set
> >> is by executing D-Link W/L utility.
> >> When I am trying to activate the WZC service it is failed and I'm
> >> prompted with an error message #1068. I referred to MS article ID: 871122
> >> but looks like that something disappeared in the Network connection.
> >> Following that article, "....In Network Connections, click to select your
> >> wireless connection, and then click Change settings of this connection.
> >> On the Wireless Networks tab, click to select the Use Windows to
> >> configure my wireless network settings check box."
> >> I don't get this Wireless Networks tab option!!! How can I restore the
> >> WZC automatic activation ???
> >>
> >> Please advise
> >> Dudi
> >>

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