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How to turn on Wireless Zero Configuration? | Coding Whiz

How to turn on Wireless Zero Configuration?

Did you find that you cannot connect to your wireless connection? Then if you are experiencing this kind of problem, you may turn on your wireless zero configuration.

What is this wireless zero configuration?  This wireless zero configuration is a  feature of Windows XP that allows Windows to detect the available wireless networks and automatically connect to the most preferred wireless network.

In order to do this you may follow the following steps:

Step 1. Go to start then find the run command.

Step 2. Type services.msc and then click the OK button to come up in this following dialogue shown in step 3.

Step 3. This step will  show you all the services of your wireless zero configuration.

Step 4. You have already view all the services and now you may scroll down and select the item wireless zero configuration.
Then, click the option start.

Step 5. After you’ve started the wireless zero configuration,  double click  it to come up with this dialogue shown below.  If you find that the startup type is in manual, change it into automatic. Then click OK.

Finally, we’re done!

That’s all for wireless zero configuration. Hope that this tutorials can help your problem about your wireless connection. Thank you for reading.

 

 

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Merrycres E. Malanog

Jocelyn P. Albaño

 

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