Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site. If you make installation on your own it is possible that some problems occur. Thank you in advance. The freeze only ever happens if the wireless network card is turned on. Hi Laszlo In my opinion there is a hardware conflict. Does anyone who has Windows XP Home installed have this same problem?
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The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. There it was stated that my wireless card was bad, and I would have to send in my machine to get it repaired.
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Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Thank You for Submitting Your Review,! I had the same troubles more than once with my AS If you have problem with wireless connection check all settings and try to configure it wjreless.
Any help might be appreciated. No luck there, it happened again. With it off there are no problems.
Since a few weeks I encounter from time to time system crash, the computer hangs: I also noticed that this problem seemed to occur whenever ANY changes were made to Any drivers on my system. I have updated the Atheros driver and client utility Resource conflict – PCI network controller in slot 3. The same configuration adapteg worked without problems for about 3 months.
It seems that the wireless driver wants to be the last to be installed. The time now is I have a satellite P30 with the same problem. There was no hardware added to the system, so the netwokr is quite strange.
Ventilator fans are still spinning. Select type of offense: Hi all, I can and do relate to your problem! I have recover the system using the recovery CD I have seen another user, peter-jaap did mentioned on this forum a few weeks earlier the same problem.
I suspect it may be a driver issue, and the correct driver doesn’t install with XP Pro. You are logged in as. If you make installation on your own it is possible that some problems wierless.