Wireless FiXP is a simple command line tool that enables the ‘Wireless Zero Configuration Service’ under Windows XP, waits for a connection and then again disables the service.
This tool has been developed since a lot of XP users have sudden disconnects when using a WiFi device. Although disabling this service usually solves the problem, a lot of people found out that on reboot they had to enable the service again to connect to their network. After that they had to disable the service again, because of the sudden disconnects.
Just put the ‘Wireless FiXP.exe’ wherever you like and right click on it and select ‘Create shortcut’. Place the shortcut in the startup-folder of the ‘Start Menu’. section in Windows. This is usually located in
C:Documents and Settings\Start MenuProgramsStartup
If you want to enable it for all users on that machine, you can usually place it in:
C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersStart MenuProgramsStartup
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