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Unread 14-09-2007, 10:59 AM   #1
Suresh Lohar
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ANIWZCS2

Hi everyone,

I am using xp professional and from last week I'd a problem.

Whenever I starts XP, a message appears as follow:

ANIWZCS2 service launcher has encounter a problem and needs to closed.

send the error report.

Many of time I had send the error report by this message to microsoft
through net but nothing happen.

Please help me to get out of it.

S K Lohar

 
Unread 14-09-2007, 10:59 AM   #2
nass
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RE: ANIWZCS2



"Suresh Lohar" wrote:

> Hi everyone,
>
> I am using xp professional and from last week I'd a problem.
>
> Whenever I starts XP, a message appears as follow:
>
> ANIWZCS2 service launcher has encounter a problem and needs to closed.
>
> send the error report.
>
> Many of time I had send the error report by this message to microsoft
> through net but nothing happen.
>
> Please help me to get out of it.
>
> S K Lohar


This processor belong to D-Link, do you have any network (Wired or wireless)
card for D-Link?.
If you do, try either update the Driver from the D-link website for your NIC
( Network Interface card) or uninstall then reinstall the Card from Device
Manager.

Note if you don't the D-Link utility to manage your wireless connection and
you are using WZC service try t disable or remove the Utility for the Vendor
(Not the driver) just the Wireless Management Utility.
HTH.
nass
----
www.nasstec.co.uk
 
Unread 14-09-2007, 02:02 PM   #3
RalfG
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Re: ANIWZCS2

What Nass said, although other makes of Wlan adapters might also use
brand-customized versions of the (Alpha Networks?) utility. This software
was always problematic for me in XP, with errors like yours and memory leaks
too, so it is just as well to uninstall the WLAN configuration utility and
use Windows built in Wireless Zero instead.

"nass" <nass@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:83671E01-A3D3-44D6-81DF-9308BA6D04B4@microsoft.com...
>
>
> "Suresh Lohar" wrote:
>
>> Hi everyone,
>>
>> I am using xp professional and from last week I'd a problem.
>>
>> Whenever I starts XP, a message appears as follow:
>>
>> ANIWZCS2 service launcher has encounter a problem and needs to closed.
>>
>> send the error report.
>>
>> Many of time I had send the error report by this message to microsoft
>> through net but nothing happen.
>>
>> Please help me to get out of it.
>>
>> S K Lohar

>
> This processor belong to D-Link, do you have any network (Wired or
> wireless)
> card for D-Link?.
> If you do, try either update the Driver from the D-link website for your
> NIC
> ( Network Interface card) or uninstall then reinstall the Card from Device
> Manager.
>
> Note if you don't the D-Link utility to manage your wireless connection
> and
> you are using WZC service try t disable or remove the Utility for the
> Vendor
> (Not the driver) just the Wireless Management Utility.
> HTH.
> nass
> ----
> www.nasstec.co.uk



 
Unread 14-09-2007, 04:04 PM   #4
Elmo
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Re: ANIWZCS2

Suresh Lohar wrote:
> Hi everyone,
>
> I am using XP professional and since last week I've had a problem.
>
> Whenever I start XP, a message appears as follows:
>
> "ANIWZCS2 service launcher has encountered a problem and needs to close.
>
> sSend the error report."
>
> Many times I've sent the error report by this message to Microsoft
> through net but nothing happens.
>
> Please help me to get out of it.
>
> S K Lohar


That program seems to be from your wireless D-Link router. You might try:

- Remove the router software, then reinstall.

- Enter the model number, etc., here, do a seach and see if ANIWZCS2 is
mentioned:

http://support.dlink.com/supportfaq/

- From a Google Groups search:

"Alpha Networks’ Wireless Zero Configuration Service Loader. Thisis the
driver for the wireless PCI, PCMCIA (PC Card), or USB network adapters
made by the Taiwanese OEM manufacturer Alpha Networks Inc in which, at
the time of writing, 29‑May‑2005, D‑Link is a major shareholder. As an
OEM manufacturer Alpha Networks designs and manufactures connectivity
products for other companies to put their own badges, branding, and
packaging on those products. This means that you will find this
particular driver installed by the installation CDs of a number of
wireless brands, amongst them : AT&T, Blitzz, Cellvision Systems,
Conceptronics, D‑Link, and U.S. Robotics.

Recommendation :
This is the main driver for your wireless network card; it will not work
without it. Leave alone therefore."

- Another result:

http://www.siliconkid.com.au/sk_arch...a_problem.html

- Continue the search here:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...S2&btnG=Search

--
Joe =o)
 
Unread 16-09-2007, 06:00 PM   #5
Suresh Lohar
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Re: ANIWZCS2

Thanx, it seems to be worked.
with regards

suresh


"nass" <nass@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:83671E01-A3D3-44D6-81DF-9308BA6D04B4@microsoft.com...
>
>
> "Suresh Lohar" wrote:
>
>> Hi everyone,
>>
>> I am using xp professional and from last week I'd a problem.
>>
>> Whenever I starts XP, a message appears as follow:
>>
>> ANIWZCS2 service launcher has encounter a problem and needs to closed.
>>
>> send the error report.
>>
>> Many of time I had send the error report by this message to microsoft
>> through net but nothing happen.
>>
>> Please help me to get out of it.
>>
>> S K Lohar

>
> This processor belong to D-Link, do you have any network (Wired or
> wireless)
> card for D-Link?.
> If you do, try either update the Driver from the D-link website for your
> NIC
> ( Network Interface card) or uninstall then reinstall the Card from Device
> Manager.
>
> Note if you don't the D-Link utility to manage your wireless connection
> and
> you are using WZC service try t disable or remove the Utility for the
> Vendor
> (Not the driver) just the Wireless Management Utility.
> HTH.
> nass
> ----
> www.nasstec.co.uk


 
 

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