From: Edward Mendelson (edward.mendelson_at_verizon.net)
Date: Thu Dec 19 2002 - 21:47:23 EST
Try using Start/Run and enter "services.msc" (no quotes, of course) in
the Run box. Look for WZCSVC (Wireless Zero Configuration) and set it
start automatically if it isn't started already. If that doesn't help, I
don't know what will!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pat McCann" <pat_at_024.com>
To: "'Edward Mendelson'" <edward.mendelson_at_verizon.net>; "'Thinkpad
Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2002 5:52 PM
Subject: RE: [Thinkpad] Wireless cards?
Ed, and other list members,
I'm using an Orinoco silver card under win XP in my A22P. When first
installed it was recognized fine and wireless networking services
appeared. After a couple of months I no longer have access to wireless
networking configuration - the properties are greyed out - and the card
no longer works as a result.
Anyone else come across this problem?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: thinkpad-admin_at_stderr.org [mailto:thinkpad-admin_at_stderr.org] On
> Behalf Of Edward Mendelson
> Sent: jeudi 19 décembre 2002 20:25
> To: Thinkpad List
> Subject: [Thinkpad] Wireless cards?
> Paul Khoury suggested that we "ask away" on wireless stuff, so here
> I've been using a Lucent (now Proxim) Orinoco 802.11b in my ThinkPad
> 600x, with excellent results - it's a lot more reliable and has a
> range than the Intel AnyPoint II card I was using before. The Orinoco
> a PCMCIA card, not CardBus. Questions:
> (1) Does the (sometimes) lower power drain of a CardBus card make a
> switch to CardBus worthwhile?
> (2) Is there any CardBus 802.11b card that works as well as the
> (The new Proxim 802.11a/b cards seem expensive, and if I'm going to
> spend the money on a dual-standard card, I'd rather wait for one that
> will work with 802.11g.)
> Thanks for any information...
> Edward Mendelson
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