ANIWZCS Service Launcher error? 11 replies

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BlitZ, The 57th

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#1 10 years ago

Yeah, after restarting my computer SHORTLY AFTER I POSTED THE WIRELESS PROBLEM THREAD. I logged in my account for XP and got this error. The one where they allow you to send report and don't send, I googled only enough information to know that its some doo-hickey from D-link Wireless routers/adapters.

So I restarted again, and it came again... Is this very serious even though I can use the net?




*Daedalus

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#2 10 years ago

ANIWZCS is a service that allows WPA/WPA2 security protocols to work with D-Link routers. Did you have a D-Link router at some point? If so, it's just something left over from that. so since you're using a Linksys router now, it doesn't make a difference. If you want to get rid of the pop-up run services.msc, find it, and disable it.




Sgt. D. Pilla

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#3 10 years ago

Hmm, it should have started happening as soon as he ditched the D-Link though. I agree with what Daed is saying though, he's right. Just sus that it's started happening.

Do you use a D-Link WiFi adapter by any chance? It's possible the WiFi software your using with your D-Link adapter is down the gurgler. If you are, I'd suggest uninstalling the software, AND the Adapters drivers *delete them from the system when you uninstall*, Then reboot. Then reinstall the software and drivers. Better, you can just use Windows Zero Configuration instead which is easier to use then most of the crappy WiFi programs around




*Daedalus

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#4 10 years ago

A D-Link Wifi adapter... hadn't thought of that. Better not disable that service just yet then. ;)




BlitZ, The 57th

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#5 10 years ago

Well yeah, the wireless router is linksys but this is after my D-link router broke down and we had a spare lying around.

I still use D-link's adapter on MY computer to get the internet access.




*Daedalus

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#6 10 years ago

Ok, well try disabling that service. if you still have internet access, well and good, if not, reinstall your adapter drivers.




BlitZ, The 57th

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#7 10 years ago

The error seems to have gone awhile when I rebooted my router....




Sgt. D. Pilla

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#8 10 years ago

More then likely because your router was offline, so the adapter had nothing to connect to, thus nothing to bitch about. In effect, you could say you disabled your adapter.

Reinstall the Dlink drivers, but don't use their shitty ass crappy ass, mofo shitty shit shit Wifi program




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#9 10 years ago

^ I think (and this is just a hunch), you don't like their wireless program much?




BlitZ, The 57th

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#10 10 years ago

^Very.... Like a girl cheated of her feelings.




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