You must log in or sign up to reply here. I’ve never been able to stay connected for a whole day, so if someone can figure it out, please let me know!! EXE loading as a service. Your name or email address: EXE, appearing to be simply a network monitor, may not have to execute as a service.
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Interested if someone has thoughts on this. Even when I installed a v4 for someone else, problems. I have the same problems!!
I never really used the LinkSys-software. Yes, my password is: I restarted my computer. No, create an account now.
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You say you are abaonding your linksys software but I assume you are still using the linksys drivers? Your name or email address: I seem to have connection drops regardless of which program I use to actually get on the network, so I just pick the lesser of the two evils. If you have a Linksys Wifi card and loaded the drivers on anything from a flat load to a long established software load, you may see the following error when you shut your system down or start it up: When the machine came up, I was not connected to my wireless network.
I found that after making this change, I had a very unstable connection.
Remember to back up registry before editing or set a System Restore point, I’m not liable for damages, void where prohibited, batteries not included, etc. Log in or Sign up. So I connected to it. Error messages when shutting down appeared approximately when Windows XP was stopping drivers.
SteinarFeb 27, EXE loading as a service. What I found I had to do was set the Linksys service to Start manually, then call it at Startup by placing the Invokesvc2. I don’t know why this works, but it seems to.
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Update I wanted to update my last input. I tried something very simple to stop this problem, and it seems to have worked: StilettoSep 20, Seems to work, no more crashes. I’m abandoning the Linksys software and trying x Windows Zero Config for a while.
EXE, appearing to be simply a network monitor, may not have to execute as a service. Everytime it is found, see the words following it. ScrufdogJan 20, I can’t find a versions