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    Member scouselad's Avatar
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    Wireless Zero Config

    Hi,

    Does anyone know why Windows XP's "Wireless Zero Config", i.e. the wireless icon in the system tray, occasionally pops up a bubble reminding me that I'm connected to my wireless network? This seems to imply that it disconnected for a split-second (I notice no loss of connection) and then reconnected. Other than disabling the icon altogether, is there any way of stopping these bubbles?

    Thanks in advance.

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    yes! it usually means you've momentarily lost the connection. buy a better adaptor\router - whichever is the weakest link.

    I heartily recommend Buffalo products [fairly expensive - but worth every penny IMO].

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