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Save the report as BSOD.txt. Also for documenting the solution in case it's useful to someone else. 05-13-2008, 06:01 AM #14 mlistwan Registered Member Join Date: May 2008 Posts: 1 OS: xp sp3 CNET Reviews Best Products CNET 100 Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Networking Phones Printers Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Reality Wearable Tech Web Hosting Forums News Apple Computers Automatically sign up for TechRepublic's 10 Things newsletter! news

I restored it to a time I know the wireless card was working, but still no good. Regards,Brooks Back to top #15 dc3 dc3 Arachibutyrophobia Members 26,994 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Sierra Foothills of Northern Ca. BSOD Help and Support Network Adapter not detecting any wireless networksWhen I start up my laptop, the network icon in the lower right area of the task bar appears with a Make sure the correct network name (SSID) and key (if any) were used to create a profile. (For more information on how to perform these steps, click the link below that

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I finally bought a Belkin PCMIA card and was fine until this past week when I performed a bit of maintenance and ended with a fresh install of windows and a I'm assuming you haven't found anything relating to the network card not detecting any Wifi networks. Click Device Manager in the upper left corner. (If you are prompted to continue by the User Account Control, click Continue). My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build OS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit CPU Intel G3420 3.2GHZ Dual Core Motherboard Gigabyte H87-HD3 Memory Kingson 8GB 1600mhz Graphics Card

PC slot ? Medium-Low from the drop-down menu. Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. If you can resolve the overheating issue this will help narrow down the cause of your problem.

It looks like someone took a standard LAN card and put it in a metal box. Verify that a network cable is connected from the Broadband Modem into the Internet or WAN port on the wireless router. In the Device Manager window, click the next to Network Adapters. If the problem persists after an OS re-install, then it strongly points to a hardware problem.

Somewhere it was called a USB device. Hi Robert,First Thank you for your response so quick!I don't fully understand your answer so can you please enlighten me just a little more? Please can you tell me your HDD or SSD Brand/make ECT. Do you have other suggestions for dealing with BSODs?

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I am a bit of a novice at this so I do not quite ubderstand the last post in terms of "disable the wireless-N" I am guessing network but I have http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/140225-Win-7-computer-BSOD-when-start-with-networking-on I do use windows updates whenever they automatically come up. Blue Screen Fix Even though these messages are often cryptic, they can point you to the cause of the error. Not the answer you're looking for?

Proffitt Forum moderator / January 4, 2009 6:17 AM PST In reply to: BSOD Booting into Safe Mode? http://emec16.com/blue-screen/bsod-when-system-is-going-to-sleep-mode.php Run the Fix it or follow the troubleshooting steps provided in Microsoft Knowledge Base Article, Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage. They may be combined with the chipset drivers. __________________ If TSF has helped you, Tell us about it! My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Asus OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bits CPU Pentium Dual Core T4500 @2.3 GHz Memory 3 Gb NLBananas View Public Profile

Several functions may not work. have you found a solution to the problem yet? Back to top #9 Anshad Edavana Anshad Edavana BC Advisor 2,805 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:India Local time:04:07 PM Posted 05 April 2013 - 07:42 AM Hi Recently i also More about the author Windows 7 and 8 include a memory diagnostic utility, and there are free third-party tools you can use, such as Memtest X86. 7: Try running the software on another computer If

pete 05-31-2009, 11:37 AM #19 arsatweb Registered Member Join Date: May 2009 Posts: 6 OS: Windows XP Professional SP3 I've been dealing with this problem off and on Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Click the Advanced tab.

I heard of another person with a similar problem on the same computer and wireless card (we went to college together and everyone needed to purchase the same computer).

My solution was this: Ensured the W200 wireless card was turned off. I turned on DV with the instructions and so far no BSOD. I actually have gone as far as completely wiping the machine, installing a completely different OS (went from XP to Win 2003 Server), and still got the same error! Feedback enthält ungültige Zeichen, nicht angenommene Sonderzeichen: <> (, ) \ Feedback senden Derzeit ist kein Zugriff auf das Feedbacksystem möglich.

Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing. Tony Back to top #4 hamluis hamluis Moderator Moderator 51,667 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Killeen, TX Local time:04:37 AM Posted 26 March 2013 - 10:26 AM How long is "for awhile", If you have trouble figuring out what the blue screen error means, I recommend checking out my TechNet article Demystifying the Blue Screen of Death. click site Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion BSOD Booting into Safe Mode?

by Steve1209 / January 4, 2009 6:50 AM PST In reply to: That 80GB drive is a good clue. Windows Legacy OS forum About This ForumCNET's Forum on Windows legacy operating systems, (XP, 2000/NT, ME, & Windows 95/98) is the best source for finding help or getting troubleshooting advice from Pennsylvania, US Posts: 51,044 OS: Windows 7, XP-Pro, Vista, Linux My System These errors are almost always driver or hardware issues. Wait for at least 2 minutes for the wireless router to initialize.

A refresh sometimes clears things us but they are not working smoothly at the moment. Searching the Web for the error message will help you determine some possible causes of the error. File Version : Processor : 32-bit Crash Address : ati2dvag.dll+db18 Stack Address 1 : ati2dvag.dll+a2fc Stack Address 2 : ati2dvag.dll+3a837 Stack Address 3 : win32k.sys+5a4b Computer Name : Full Path Also, while in Device Manager, click "show hidden devices" and make note of any flagged devices and report.