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Post 6 made on Wednesday November 19, 2003 at 09:41
Long Time Member
August 2003
I've found a solution to my problem. It is the Intel wireless card. It may not be a bug, but a problem with the design of the card and drivers.

It is a problem with the power management for the Intel wireless card. There is a bad interaction between the card being allowed to use low power settings, thus reducing performance of the card, and the ProntoEdit software.

Under the driver config if I remove the automatically determine power usage and have the slider up to "maximum performance", I have no problem uploading and downloading configs to the iPronto.

Pretty strange as all other network functions work without this work around.

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