Why does my Wireless Networks configuration keep getting changed

I have checked off "Use Windows to configure my wireless network settings"  This seems to work fine for a while but then several days later it is unchecked and I have no wireless connection and I have to go thru re-checking the abovee selection to use Windows.  

I have A Toshiba NB-305-310.  It does have its own softwate for wireless, but I do not see that I have selected anywhere to use Toshiba for my wireless settings instead of MIcrosoft.

Please tell me how I can always have windows be my wireless configuration software relative to the available wireless networks.
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Don ThomsonCommented:
Run MSConfig  and uncheck the built in toshiba program that controls the Wireless - (after setting Windows as the default toye for wireless -

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