Just installed the wireless card in a wireless enabled MOBO (Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe). The Asus utilities install on top of the XP wireless configuration, and you choose Asus for controlling the settings when prompted.
At the moment on boot up the XP wireless starts up and then gets replaced by the Asus control centre. My trouble is that sometimes the Asus control centre starts up too quick and the XP part has not finished and I am left with a 'Wireless Connection not available icon in the system tray'.
If I restart the Asus utilities it is all OK. So I can only assume that the Asus control centre starts up too quickly on some occasions. Is there any way I can hack the registry and delay the startup of the control centre by a second or so?
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone/columns/bowman/02april08.asp(only covers winxp without SP1, it differs slightly with SP1)
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