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The following information supplements the information in the Dell Wireless WLAN Card User Guide.

December 2009 Manual Addenda ----------------------------------------------------------------------Tray Icon Display "By default, the tray icon is disabled and hidden. The user can show the tray ic on in the notification area by opening the utility, clicking on the View menu, a nd then clicking the Show Utility Icon. A check mark next to the Show Utility Ic on command indicates that the command is active. Clicking the command again remo ves the check mark and removes the utility icon from the notification area." Troubleshooting Problem: After I enable ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) on my computer that is running Vista 64, it takes a long time for ICS to restart. Explanation: This delay (two to three minutes) occurs if you restart your peer n etwork within one to two minutes after you have stopped it. The delay is the res ult of the time it takes the operating system to restart ICS. _____________________________________________________________________ InstallShield Documentation InstallShield has a number of command line options. None of the options listed b elow is case sensitive, and each may be used with a hyphen (-) or a forward slas h (/). Separate multiple command-line switches with a space, but do not put a sp ace inside a command-line switch (for example, /r /f1Install.iss is valid, but / r/f1 Install.iss is not). When you use long path and file name expressions with switches, enclose the expressions in double quotation marks. The double quotatio n marks indicate to the operating system that spaces within the quotation marks are not to be treated as command-line delimiters. Command line switches not list ed will be ignored by the installer. /wlconfig:[file to import] Imports preferred network profiles at the end of installation. This option does not support the hyphen (-) prefix. -l[language ID] Specifies the language in which the setup runs. [language ID] is a numeric langu age ID of the form 0xnnnn or simply nnnn. Note: Refer to http://helpnet.installshield.com/robo/projects/HelpLibDevStudio9/ IHelpGlobLangIdentifiers.htm for supported language IDs. See the Identifier (Inst allScript) column in the following table. InstallShield supported languages are listed in the following table. Language Identifier (InstallScript) Arabic (Saudi Arabia) 0001 Basque 002d Bulgarian 0002 Catalan 0003 Chinese (Simplified) 0804 Chinese (Traditional) 0404 Croatian Czech 001a Danish 0006 Dutch (Standard) 0413 English 0009

Finnish 000b French (Canadian) 0c0c French (Standard) 040c German 0007 Greek 0008 Hebrew 000d Hungarian 000e Indonesian 0021 Italian (Standard) 0410 Japanese 0011 Korean 0012 Norwegian (Bokmal) 0414 Polish 0015 Portuguese (Brazilian) 0416 Portuguese (Standard) 0816 Romanian 0018 Russian 0019 Slovak 001b Slovene 0024 Spanish (Traditional Sort) Swedish 001d Thai 001e Turkish 001f

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The setup runs in this language regardless of the default setup language specifi ed in the IDE or the default language of the target system. This switch has no effect when the setup is running silently and a Lang key is set in the [Application] section of Setup.iss. Recording a response file (by running Setup.exe with the -r switch) sets the Lang key automatically; for the -l switch to affect a silent setup, this key must be deleted from the Se tup.iss file.

-r Causes Setup.exe automatically to generate a silent setup file (.iss file), whic h is a record of the setup input, in the Windows folder. -s Runs InstallShield Silent to execute a silent setup. -f1[path\ResponseFile] Specifies an alternate location and name of the response file (.iss file). If th is option is used when running InstallShield silent(-s option), the response fil e is read from the folder/file specified by [path\ResponseFile]. If this option is used along with the -r option, the response file is written to the folder/fil e specified by[path\ResponseFile]. -f2[path\LogFile] Specifies an alternate location and name of the log file created by InstallShiel d Silent. By default, the Setup.log file is created and stored in the same direc tory as that of the Setup.inx file. -verbose Provides more detailed information when a Setup.exe error occurs. -trayicon: Make trayicon appear after installing the application in the system tray