Missing Wireless Zero Configuration

By | 2 Mar 2009

If you are missing the Wireless Zero Configuration (in German: Konfigurationsfreie drahtlose Verbindung), you might have installed a D-Link driver.

To get the Windows tool back, there’s a nice manual at practicallynetworked.com:

  1. go to StartConnect toShow all (or: Control PanelNetworking)
  2. right-click any device and choose Properties
  3. click the Install… button
  4. choose category Service
  5. click Have Disk…
  6. select the path C:\WINDOWS\inf and click OK
  7. choose the Wireless Zero Configuration and confirm all dialogs

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