From: Edward Mendelson (edward.mendelson_at_verizon.net)
Date: Fri Dec 20 2002 - 09:48:03 EST
I was writing from memory - and forgot that you'll find the item under
this name in the alphabetical list:
Windows Wireless Zero Configuration
----- Original Message -----
From: "Pat McCann" <pat_at_024.com>
To: "'Edward Mendelson'" <edward.mendelson_at_verizon.net>
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2002 7:25 AM
Subject: RE: [Thinkpad] Wireless cards?
Thanx, I'm going to try it tonight.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Edward Mendelson [mailto:edward.mendelson_at_verizon.net]
> Sent: vendredi 20 décembre 2002 03:47
> To: Pat McCann; 'Thinkpad List'
> Subject: Re: [Thinkpad] Wireless cards?
> 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,
> don't know what will!
> Edward Mendelson
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Pat McCann" <pat_at_024.com>
> To: "'Edward Mendelson'" <edward.mendelson_at_verizon.net>; "'Thinkpad
> List'" <thinkpad_at_stderr.org>
> 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
> networking configuration - the properties are greyed out - and the
> 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]
> > 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
> > goes.
> > 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
> > 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
> > will work with 802.11g.)
> > Thanks for any information...
> > Edward Mendelson
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