Red X in WLANTRAY (Wlan Tray) denoting no wireless network connection for 60 seconds - Dell XPS 1530 with Vista and latest drivers (just received June 10, 2008)
Upon boot, I get a red X in the Wlantray denoting no connection.
But while the red X is there, I can still surf the Internet.
X goes away in about 60 seconds.
Sometimes when I right click on the Wlan Tray it will be gray with no words at all. Strange.
I have 2 wireless routers in my house (laptop has mini G Intel card) with different SSID's and different not overlapping channels set (2 Linksys wrt54G, one with WRT-DD).
Should I just disable WLANTRAY from MSCONFIG?
Should I disable the Dell Wireless WLAN service?
Should I disable or re-enable any services-see attached or
Occasionally I will get this error in Event Log:
Faulting application bcmwltry.exe error 1000
The BCM42RLY service failed to start due to the following error:
The system cannot find the file specified.
Thanks so much in advance