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I have now received two messages when I am about to log off it says. Dell Wireless WLAN card wireless network controller stopped working and was closed. A problem cuased the application to stop working correctly. Windows will notify you if a solution is available. I have also in the past two have had a blue screen pop up on me as well.......Help

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Its maybe a virus. Do a virus scan.

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