Windows 98 - 2Wire Wireless Client

Posted on 2006-05-26
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
This machine used to have the wireless card using the 2Wire Wireless Client. It now has a modem that uses DSL to connect to SBC. I need to remove the stinkin wireless client and jabber but when I try to uninstall the wireless client it says "2Wire Wireless Client The Installshield engine (ikenrnel.exe) could not be launched. Class not registered." I won't tell you what I said!

ANybody got any ideas on this one?

Question by:tmcghee
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    Accepted Solution

    Have you tried reinstalling the client then uninstalling it?

    Author Comment

    Ahhh yes but I don't have the client and I can't find it on the net....

    Author Comment

    Such a great idea I actually looked through the software I had and there it was.


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