Windows to manage your wireless conenction helps. Their client utility is crap anyway.
I was all prepared to use autoit and devcon to pull this off, but now I don't think I need to!
I am continuing to have problems with this unit and hibernation. I have set up Devcon/Autoit and have made sure that it's properly shutting down and restarting the device, but still no joy. After resuming from hibernation device manager shows the device with a yellow exclamation point next to it and a note that it could not be restarted. I must then either reboot the machine or reinsert the USB cable to get the computer to recognize the device.
The device is plugged directly into the USB port on the computer, not a hub. I've got all kinds of other USB devices going and none of them has any hibernation problems.
Is anybody else continuing to have problems with this device and hibernation? Does anybody have any advice about how to fix it?
I uninstalled the client utility per the earlier post and everything seems to be working now even without the Devcon/Autoit procedure in place. Hopefully, that will continue.
For anyone doing this, during uninstall a window comes up asking if you really want to uninstall the drivers. Click "no" and the client utility will be uninstalled but the drivers will not.
Also, I'm trying to keep my system totally stealth. I have the receiver under the rear deck so it's invisible. The reception is great as is, but it could always be better. Do you think there will be a significant improvement in reception with this antenna even if I put it under the deck? I'm not really concerned about the $15 for the antenna, but I have to remove my rear seat to put anything under the deck and that's a huge pain.
Thanks in advance.
I removed their client application and I am just using windows! But i am still getting the same problem but not as much. Maybe the carPC will not hibernated like ever 10-15 times the car turns off. Also i tried the Devcon auto it and it didnt help so much.
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