Right then. I have a problem on a Fujitsu Siemens Amilo L1310g.
This (old) machine is constructed with a ("feature") physical button that activates the wireless internet.
- When pressed XP starts finding available networks.
- When not pressed; XP says no networks are available.
Pretty stupid, especially because this button must be pressed EVERY TIME a user logs in to his/her account.
I would like to bypass this button - and I have googled forever without finding anything useful.
So I looked into my Task Manager and observed what happens when I hit this button. As follows
- a.) Cmd starts a process
- b.) net.exe starts a process
- c.) net1.exe starts a process
- d.) within seconds all three processes disappear from Task Manager.
So! What I was wondering is this - IS IT POSSIBLE TO SOMEHOW RECORD OR CAPTURE WHAT GOES ON IN THIS CMD-PROCESS?? Say, have some application running before I press this (ridiculous) button and then have a print of the cmd-process that I could copy and save in a .vbs and run at start-up. Or does this mean I have to go to Cal-Tech (Calcutta) for a couple of semesters? Obi-Wan, where are you now?