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WLANON on startup

Postby plast77 » Thu Dec 27, 2007 10:32 am

Tired of switching on your WLAN key?
Solved... by Ukri Niemimuukko (Finland)
Here is a small free software that will switch on your WLAN on startup. You need to install first Sun Java VM from java.sun.com

KeyPresser is a small app which allows you to press a key (like the old time software manuals tell you to) with just software. Most likely you want to do your keypressing in the startup folder of your Windows start-menu. By default it produces a key press for keycode 61449 which just so happens to be the Amilo L1310G Wlan On/Off key.
Installation:

1. Download the attached archive called keypresser.jar. The jar file is essentially a zip file with a different extension so you only need to rename the extension to be able to work on it... then just rename it back to .jar. Save it then to WINDOWS folder.

2. Create a new shorcut and in the "Type the location of the item" write this:

java -jar c:\windows\keypresser.jar 61449 2000

3. Save this shortcut in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

Just restart the computer and see keypresser working !

P.S. I haven't tested this on other amilo notebooks, but it should work. You just have to change the "61449" keycode with the one of your amilo. If you want to find your keycode you need the KeyCodeFinder.jar attached.
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Re: WLANON on startup

Postby rwslance » Wed Jan 26, 2011 3:24 pm

Hey, I tried it but it didn't work :( I have amilo L7320gw . .so it could be because of the keycode. but i have some trouble finding the right code for my computer.. what should I write instead of 61449 2000?
Thanks in advance
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