Also when you removed the drivers, did you uninstall and then reboot straight away? Jan 30, 2007 #5 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +235 Ok, did you set up a secured wireless connection, including a password and such? Gateways, Toshibas, even a very old IBM thinkpad, every single time it got detected. I also have a WiFi PCMCIA card that is working fine on the laptop. his comment is here
I'm still looking for a solution, when I find one I'll post back here. Unknown has caused an Unknown Error on Unknown and must be shutdown to prevent damage to Unknown. Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! Join UsClose Register Help Remember Me?
Thanks to those of you that offered advice. There were no errors in the system logs.In the end I bought a mini-PCI wireless card instead. Any other ideas? Even after booting and sticking the card in then, the same result, a crash.
So I rebooted the laptop. I think it was just running incredibly slow. As for the built-in Wi-fi in my laptop, internet browsing would be ok but file transfer between computers on my home network would be a nightmare, whilst all other PCs would When reboot computer begins start up of windows 7-32 bit, then freezes solved Freezing on boot up after graphics card driver install.
Of course if anybody has any questions I'll be glad to answer themn, since i tried every conceivable solution for fixing this one of them will probably work for someone lese Similar Topics PCI install causes XP to freeze on boot. if it freezes after you pull it out, that means it was trying to do something with it when you pull it out. Dlink simply stopped responding after a few back-and-forth e-mails.
Any Ideas? 1 answer Last reply Aug 15, 2005 More about freezes wireless card installed MalkeAug 15, 2005, 6:47 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windows.networking.wireless (More info?)Dave wrote:> My laptop freezes up Restarted laptop, insterted card, it froze.I'm completely stumped. I'll post back if I find anything. Have you tried the card in another laptop???
Try uninstalling everything related to the card. This behaviour is a little irritating, but hasn't prevented it from working in the past. Everything worked fine. Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders What's New?
Why not backup your files to another PC or USB 2.0 HDD. Sometimes I can get it to install the driver, but then I get a "Device cannot start (Code 10)" error. Then inserting the wireless card and booting back up and letting windows do the work. weblink In this list the wifi adaptors' drivers are listed a lot; I think this is because every now and then it thinks it needs to count them as a new wireless
Did you run the MSI tools for updates, you need these updates/drivers for all the devices you have and chipset. This does not make sense since the card is no longer connected. how do I bypass this error?
No, create an account now. lordchaos, Nov 30, 2009 #8 lordchaos Private E-2 Still not having any luck with this - I would try installing those drivers I found, but since the "service or service display Try reassigning some resources! View my photography with the Sigma SD9 and SD14 at http://jasonpage.zenfolio.com ______________ Mac Mini Intel Duo 2ghz, 4gb mem, Win7.
Not a good solution. See pic for example. Jan 19, 2007 #9 tipstir TS Ambassador Posts: 2,412 +109 You should check to see why your PCI slots don't work, though, you might have a bad PCI Controller? check over here and o.k.So i then proceeded with the other PCMCIA cards, and old 10/100 lan card, and an old modem card.
New Vid Card installed Newly Installed MSI 7950 (one fan version) boots up black screen and randomly freezes. Texas Instruments says they don't make drivers. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation *Nix Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Forum Rules, Guidelines and FAQs Hardware General Hardware Software General Software Sounds like something is wrong with what your using right now.
Discussion in 'Networking' started by meirionwyllt, Apr 21, 2008. I found some XP drivers for the chipset on driverguide.com (the 2.1 and 2.1.6 versions) which I attempted to install, but I get this error: "Cannot Install this Hardware There was Thanks, Rob Computer specs are as follows: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ MSI K9A Platinum Mobo ATI Radeon X1950 Pro 2 GB Corsair XMS2 DDR2 RAM Thermaltake Venus 12 CPU cooler I need to find a way to resolve this.
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PCMCIA card causing system freeze Discussion in 'Hardware' started by lordchaos, Nov 26, 2009. You may need to disable the on-board wireless device in the laptops bios Jan 30, 2007 #4 DEM441 TS Rookie Topic Starter Hi, yeah I installed the PCMCIA wireless adapter Already have an account?