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Deactivate/Activate onboard Soundcard/Wired- and WirelessNetworkadapter

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is it possible to make a script to deactivate the onboard soundcard and the wired and wireless networkadapter with one click?

of course to activate too

sorry but i am a newbe with autoit :)


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of course is used the search function but my english ist not very well

probably my keywords are wrong or something..

i forgot, my os is windows 7

i found something but this seems not working..


Edited by matzew

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I ControlSend to a Windows app to enable/disable the wireless card in my laptop.

If Not WinExists("Windows Mobility Center") Then
 $VZExist = 0
 Run("mblctr.exe /open")
 WinActivate("Windows Mobility Center")
;ControlClick("Windows Mobility Center", "", "Button2")
ControlSend("Windows Mobility Center", "", "", "!t")
If $VZExist = 0 Then WinClose("Windows Mobility Center")

The Button/Alt-T is a toggle, so if it's on, it gets turned off, and vice-versa.

There is most probably a dozen ways to do this same thing, but this was simple to write, and it works for me..

Also, the particular app and whatever is clicked or sent may be different in Win7 than my OS, but the idea will probably work.

- Bruce /*somdcomputerguy */  If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

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