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    Domain issue while setting up Net Gear Wireless Router with laptop running on Windows XP

    When I make an attempt to connect Net Gear Wireless Router with my laptop running on Windows 7, it says “existing domain is an issue for setting up the router”. I have tried to restart the laptop and it didn’t work as expected. What are the procedures required to fix this issue?



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    Re: Domain issue while setting up Net Gear Wireless Router with laptop running on Windows XP

    Click on the ‘Start’ button and select ‘Run’ option from the available menu. Type %SystemRoot%\system32\services.msc /s into the field appear on the screen and press the ‘OK’ button. Double-click on ‘Wireless Zero Configuration’ option and select ‘Automatic’ from the Startup type list. Click on the ‘Apply’ button available on the screen. Press the ‘Start’ option visible on the Service status area and click on ‘OK’ option. If your wireless adapter deletes the WZC service, then edit the registry value. Enter reg into the search box after selecting ‘Run’ from start menu pop up on the screen while clicking the ‘Start’ button. Press the ‘OK’ button afterwards and get into HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\WZCSVC from the registry editor. Create a DWORD value after that and give the name ‘Start’ before setting it to 2.

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