Optimisation script. What would I remove to stop wireless turning off?
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    Tech Mentor Mr_Moo's Avatar
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    Default Optimisation script. What would I remove to stop wireless turning off?

    Hi,

    Using the optimisation script, what lines of code would I remove to stop it turning wireless off? I've got an app on my tablet that controls the FX of Traktor, but I need Wifi still enabled. Thank you.

    This link contains the script in a Notepad format.
    http://www23.zippyshare.com/v/VTZUxZ9D/file.html

    This is the link to the blig post on DJtechtools.
    http://www.djtechtools.com/2011/08/1...-power-script/

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    I would think it would be these 2 sections:

    rem Stopping DHCP Client, Wireless LAN and Bluetooth...
    net stop WinHttpAutoProxySvc /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop dhcp /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop wlansvc /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop btwdins /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop [service name] /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt


    rem Stopping Other Network Related Services...
    net stop "dns cache" /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop netprofm /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop nlasvc /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop netman /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop iphlpsvc /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop lanmanworkstation /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop "Bonjour Service" /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop dhcp /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop nsi /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop lanmanserver /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop lmhosts /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop "shared access" /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop nettcpportsharing /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop remoteaccess /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop alg /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop bits /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop "peerdists vc" /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop certpropsvc /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop homegrouplistener /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop homegroupprovider /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop winrm /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop Broswer /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt
    net stop TrkWks /yes 2>%USERPROFILE%\temp.txt


    You may be able to get away with just deleting/commenting out the first section, test it out and see if that works first, if not then delete the 2nd section as well.
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    Thank you, ill take a look!

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    Keep in mind that sometimes on Windows systems, the wireless stuff actually can create things that sound like dropouts. I find if I try to record in Traktor, if I don't have my wireless items disabled, I get this. So I have to disable my wireless stuff in order to have clean recordings.
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