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Right now, when toggling the wireless network, I press Win+X. Then the Windows Mobility Center appears. I click Turn Wireless On/Off like in screen shot.

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I scoured the Internet to find an AutoHotkey script for toggling the wireless network, but my efforts were vain. I want Win+Z to be the shortcut. Can anyone help me?

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How about this ahk thread and also wirelessautoswitch which suggested by a user their. But I think its not completely free. – avirk Jan 9 '13 at 7:35
    
Those two are related to LAN. The script I want shouldn't be related to LAN. – Michael Dy Jan 9 '13 at 14:48
up vote 3 down vote accepted

How about ....

SetTitleMatchMode, 2

#z::
Run %windir%\system32\mblctr.exe /open
WinWait, Windows Mobility Center
Sleep, 300
Send, !t
Sleep, 1000
WinClose, A
Return

Alternatively you can look here.. http://wlanbook.com/enable-disable-wireless-card-command-line/

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It works, thanks. – Michael Dy Jan 9 '13 at 17:57

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