Acer eNet Management question

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  1. RobertDrake

    RobertDrake Notebook Consultant

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    Its probably obvious but I've tried and can't find out how to change the default connection from "Auto" to my wireless router. So, how do I? When it boots, it always goes to the "Auto" setting, which never ends up connecting. I then have to go in and manually change it to the profile for my router.
     
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    Crackedsrq Notebook Enthusiast

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    Change the profile and SAVE it as a new Profile. Next time when you turn it on, simply choose what profile you have saved.

    Hope it helps
     
  3. RobertDrake

    RobertDrake Notebook Consultant

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    When the system boots up, it automatically goes to a profile. I just need to be sure the one it automatically goes to is mine instead of "auto".
     
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    "Anyone...anyone...Bueller? Bueller?"

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  5. RobertDrake

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    Okay, I'm going to assume no one else is having trouble connecting and that i've screwed something up and start diggin on my own.
    :confused:
     
  6. yuio

    yuio NBR Assistive Tec. Tec.

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    I just unistalled it, and I let the OS do all that wireless networking, Vista and XP can handle it, they don't need that acer stuff.
     
  7. RobertDrake

    RobertDrake Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks. I did finally manage to get it working, for now anyway. I'll do that if it messes with me again.:cool:
     
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    How did you get it working, I have exactly the same problem!
     
  9. RobertDrake

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    Not really sure what I did. I fiddled around until it worked. It now automatically switches to my own profile for my router, didn't before.
     
  10. Patrick Y.

    Patrick Y. Go Newbs! NBR Reviewer

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    Personally I disabled Acer eNet... The built-in Vista wireless network manager is good enough.
     
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