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Twice ive had wireless enabled on two different computers. and twice ive had similar problems, sound will 'repeat' radically, graphics will stop, but the computer seems to still process 'in the background' these 'episodes' last seconds, but are annoying... when i disable wireless the problems go away. please help. thanks

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Wrong wireless adapter drivers. Get updated drivers from adapter manufacturer for your specific operating system (eg, W@K, XP, Vista).

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