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104-Unsupported wireless network device detected. system halted. remove device and restart

I came home from work and tried to boot my hp pavillion dv1000...it goes for a second then this comes on. i have never added anything to my laptop. just did it. i tried removing the wireless card ....it boots up...but now shows a blue screen giving a dumping memory error...i put the wireless card back in...and i get the first error message again...help 104-unsupported wireless network detected remove the device and restart

mail to me: manoj1983hp@gmail.com

thanx in advance.............

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