Wireless Zero Configuration still not fixed in SP1

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by Annoyed-Gamer, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. Annoyed-Gamer

    Woka Guest

    Here is an update, i just figured that while downloading something that lasts more than 1 minute, there are no lag spikes
    But, as soon as the download is finished, lag spikes appear again


    Maybe a way to find th answer of the problem.

    Post Originated from http://www.VistaForums.com Vista Support Forums
    Woka, May 2, 2008
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  2. Annoyed-Gamer

    Woka Guest

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  3. Annoyed-Gamer

    Moka Guest

    This is not true, and is a complete cop-out for Microsoft.

    I've had this problem when listening to or recording music: every 60 seconds
    there is a lag. I had discovered that it has something to do with my wireless
    searching every minute, but couldn't find a solution until this forum, and
    the simple little third-party VAL provided by our German friend. Jack's
    response was completely inappropriate.

    The fact that Microsoft would not fix or even acknowledge the problem is
    pathetic. Music should not be interrupted every minute. Now it's fixed. Maybe
    German technology needs to replace Microsoft.
    Moka, May 29, 2008
  4. Annoyed-Gamer

    Moka Guest

    Try Vista Anti-Lag.
    Moka, May 29, 2008
  5. Annoyed-Gamer

    Moka Guest

    Agreed. Thanks.
    Moka, May 29, 2008
  6. Annoyed-Gamer

    PhurBos Guest

    Sorry for the late reply. Every Wireless USB Adaptor, that had drivers
    for Vista32/64, worked 100% except for the SMC Wireless USB Adaptors,
    which disconnected completely for some unknown reason (probably bad
    drivers). I am currently using the Asus WL-169gE and have not had a
    single wireless spike!
    PhurBos, May 30, 2008
  7. Annoyed-Gamer

    Moka Guest

    Julien's Anti-Lag stopped working, so I sent into Computer Management>Services & Apps>Services>WLAN Autoconfig and set it to Manual rather than Automatic. This seems to prevent the 60 search. But still connects to any available Network connection.

    Post Originated from http://www.VistaForums.com Vista Support Forums
    Moka, Jun 7, 2008
  8. Annoyed-Gamer

    Moka Guest

    This is obviously not true, considering the huge problem this is for many,
    many people, on many, many adapters.

    Vista Anti-Lag only improved the situation for me (one single spike rather
    than several), but according to the guy who developed it, Julian, it has a
    higher success rate on XP drivers, so I'm going to find an XP driver for my
    Broadcom and see what happens.
    Moka, Jun 9, 2008
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