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Thread: AirPMCFG.exe & WZCSLDR2.exe - Entry Point Not Found -Wlanapi.dll

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    leeroy santana
    Guest

    AirPMCFG.exe & WZCSLDR2.exe - Entry Point Not Found -Wlanapi.dll

    I am using a D-link Air Premier DWL AG660 Wireless card. After installing Windows service pack 3 I started getting the following messages every time I was booting up.

    AirGCFG.exe - Entry Point Not Found
    The procedure entry point apsGetInterfaceCount could not be located in the dynamic link library wlanapi.dll
    &
    WZCSLDR2.exe - Entry Point Not Found
    The procedure entry point apsInitialize could not be located in the dynamic link library wlanapi.dll

    All I would do is dismiss them and allow the computer to complete the boot. I was able to connect the internet so was not to fussed although it started to get a bit annoying. This is how I solved it.

    1.Follow the link to download new drivers. This will take you to D-link support website.

    http://support.dlink.com/downloads/

    2. Select the model of the d-link hardware
    3. Read the Q/A by scrolling down the page and select the one about problem with SP3
    4. Select to download new drivers for correct model number. (When you download SAVE to a folder you remember were it is)
    5. Once finished downloading, open file and click setup.

    Just a quick note, I had to shut down and restart the laptop about 3 times throughout this. When you first press setup, it uninstalls the previous software & drivers. This is when to shut down and reboot. Windows will detect new hardware as it is booting. Just ignore this and go back to were you saved the new drivers and click on setup again. Once complete reboot again and then select the wireless network you wish to connect with.

    Problem sorted

  2. #2
    Jack \(MVP-Networking\).
    Guest

    Re: AirPMCFG.exe & WZCSLDR2.exe - Entry Point Not Found - Wlanapi.dll

    Hi
    Maybe this can Help.
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/950720
    Jack (MS, MVP-Networking)

    "leeroy santana" wrote in message
    news:20081116114037leeroysantana@hotmail.com...
    >I am using a D-link Air Premier DWL AG660 Wireless card. After installing
    >Windows service pack 3 I started getting the following messages every time
    >I was booting up.
    >
    > AirGCFG.exe - Entry Point Not Found
    > The procedure entry point apsGetInterfaceCount could not be located in the
    > dynamic link library wlanapi.dll
    > &
    > WZCSLDR2.exe - Entry Point Not Found
    > The procedure entry point apsInitialize could not be located in the
    > dynamic link library wlanapi.dll
    >
    > All I would do is dismiss them and allow the computer to complete the
    > boot. I was able to connect the internet so was not to fussed although it
    > started to get a bit annoying. This is how I solved it.
    >
    > 1.Follow the link to download new drivers. This will take you to D-link
    > support website.
    >
    > http://support.dlink.com/downloads/
    >
    > 2. Select the model of the d-link hardware
    > 3. Read the Q/A by scrolling down the page and select the one about
    > problem with SP3
    > 4. Select to download new drivers for correct model number. (When you
    > download SAVE to a folder you remember were it is)
    > 5. Once finished downloading, open file and click setup.
    >
    > Just a quick note, I had to shut down and restart the laptop about 3 times
    > throughout this. When you first press setup, it uninstalls the previous
    > software & drivers. This is when to shut down and reboot. Windows will
    > detect new hardware as it is booting. Just ignore this and go back to were
    > you saved the new drivers and click on setup again. Once complete reboot
    > again and then select the wireless network you wish to connect with.
    >
    > Problem sorted



  3. #3
    Pavel A.
    Guest

    Re: AirPMCFG.exe & WZCSLDR2.exe - Entry Point Not Found - Wlanapi.dll

    This is a known issue, and a known solution.
    Thanks for confirming with detailed instructions.

    Regards,
    --PA


    leeroy santana wrote:
    > I am using a D-link Air Premier DWL AG660 Wireless card. After installing Windows service pack 3 I started getting the following messages every time I was booting up.
    >
    > AirGCFG.exe - Entry Point Not Found
    > The procedure entry point apsGetInterfaceCount could not be located in the dynamic link library wlanapi.dll
    > &
    > WZCSLDR2.exe - Entry Point Not Found
    > The procedure entry point apsInitialize could not be located in the dynamic link library wlanapi.dll
    >
    > All I would do is dismiss them and allow the computer to complete the boot. I was able to connect the internet so was not to fussed although it started to get a bit annoying. This is how I solved it.
    >
    > 1.Follow the link to download new drivers. This will take you to D-link support website.
    >
    > http://support.dlink.com/downloads/
    >
    > 2. Select the model of the d-link hardware
    > 3. Read the Q/A by scrolling down the page and select the one about problem with SP3
    > 4. Select to download new drivers for correct model number. (When you download SAVE to a folder you remember were it is)
    > 5. Once finished downloading, open file and click setup.
    >
    > Just a quick note, I had to shut down and restart the laptop about 3 times throughout this. When you first press setup, it uninstalls the previous software & drivers. This is when to shut down and reboot. Windows will detect new hardware as it is booting. Just ignore this and go back to were you saved the new drivers and click on setup again. Once complete reboot again and then select the wireless network you wish to connect with.
    >
    > Problem sorted


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