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I have placed a wireless pci adapter in my computer, and now that i started it up the monitor goes straight to sleep and wont respond

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Hi try to change the nci pci port  away from monitor card

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It wireless adapter could be faulty or the PCI slot in the computer is faulty.
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Try installing the D-Link in another computer, if it doesn't work then it is faulty and you need a replacement wireless adapter.

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I installed a linksys wmp110 wireless adapter into my gateway and it causes the computer to freeze up. i removed the card and the computer works fine. what can i do?


Reinstall Drivers
To re-install the wireless adapter’s drivers, you need to perform two steps:
  1. Uninstalling the Previous Drivers
  2. Reinstalling the Drivers
Uninstalling the Previous Drivers
Step 1:
Click Start, All Programs or Programs, and look for the model number of the Linksys Wireless Adapter.
Step 2:
Look for Wireless Network Monitor and select Uninstall.

Step 3:
Wait for the Install Shield Wizard to complete before re-installing the drivers.
Reinstalling the Drivers
NOTE: Before re-installing the driver, unplug your LinksysWireless Adapter. If you’re using a wireless PCI adapter, shutdown thecomputer then remove the adapter.
The screenshots may vary depending on the model number of your wireless adapter. In this example, we’re using WUSB54GS v1.0
Step 1:
Insert the Linksys Setup CD into your CD-ROM drive.
Step 2:
Click Here to Start
to begin the installation process.

Step 3:
Accept the License Agreement by clicking Next.

Step 4:
Insert the wireless adapter into your computer and click Next.

NOTE: Ifyou’re using a wireless PCI card shutdown your desktop PC and open yourPC’s case. Locate an available PCI slot on the motherboard then poweron your PC.
Step 5:
When Linksys Wireless Network Monitor appears, select the name of your wireless network or SSID and click Connect. If you want to configure the adapter manually, click Manual Setup.
NOTE: To check if the drivers were properly installed, checkif the Linksys Wireless Network Monitor reports the Adapter is Active.For instructions, click here.

NOTE: If you were not able to install the Linksys adapter drivers, you need to update the drivers.
Update the Drivers
To update the wireless adapter’s drivers, you need to perform three steps:
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  2. Uninstalling the Previous Drivers.
  3. Installing the Updated Drivers.
Downloading the Drivers
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Before downloading the drivers, make sure your computer has an activeInternet connection. If your computer is plugged directly into therouter and cannot get online, disconnect your router and plug yourcomputer directly into your cable or DSL modem.
Step 2:
Once online, click here to go to the Linksys Downloads page..





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No connection from cpu to screen.


by working fine, I assume you mean the monitor goes into its test/diagnostic displays. If that is the case, most likely your roommate has hit upon more or less the correct deduction.
Two possibilites should be attempted before assuming to much more tho, one being the connector from the monitor to the computer, check for bent pins on the connector that goes into the computer. Do not worry about what appears to be a missing pin, that is normal for a SVGA connector, only look for bent pins. If you have one of those, it will have to straightened out CAREFULLY with a small metal tube as exists in some ball point pens or a small tweezer, but please be careful as they are very sensitive to over-pressure.
If a bent pin is not the cause then try reseating the video adapter card in the computer, meaning open the case ( with power off and computer unplugged ), take the screw out that holds the video card in place, pull out the video card and immediately place the card back into its slot on the motherboard. Do not try placing the card in another slot until you see if this works. put the adapter holding screw back into its former position and screw it back into place. Be careful that the adapter is properly seated in its slot, not doing so will result in NO VIDEO or even much worse conditions, such as a possible short on the motherboard, resulting in a fried motherboard. I don't think you want that. If this doesn't fix your situation then chances are as your roommate suggested the video adapter card may be bad, but there is one more possible suggestion that might just work, and that is if the video adapter is a PCI card, you may be able to place the video adapter into another PCI slot on the motherboard, above or below its present location. In a few cases that might help you ( assuming you are dealing with a PCI adapter as there is only one AGP slot on a motherboard. ). Never remove or replace components with power applied or even with the power plug still plugged into the wall socket. Newer motherboard built since 2000 will often still have some voltage applied to them from the power supply if the unit is still plugged into the wall socket.
Come back to me and let me know how it goes. Would appreciate it.

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ok ,you may have two monitor drivers installed, or if it is wireless the driver may be faulty etc... a problem like this occur when you have two places on a monitor can be attached to your motherboard, direct or PCI, hat means look at the back of your comp. if there is a similar port that the one your using then when the monitor goes blank and just sits their, switch it over, and you should get an image. if its a driver problem, then safe mode will only work, and reinstall your PCI TO PCI or: your PCI BRIDGE drivers in the computer managment console. good luck. if all fails try using an older monitor or just a spare. cheers.

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