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Startup freezes My computer freezes during start up with the WIFI turned on.  When I manually turn the WIFI devise off and start the computer, no problems.

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There's a driver problem with your wifi adapter. You need to update it. Download the updated driver from the manufacturer's website. Uninstall first the driver then reinstall it using the downloaded driver

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