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Wireless adapter seizes my computer.

Every time I plug in my wireless adapter or my external hard drive my computer will not recognize it and it also seizes my mouse and resets my keyboard. But I then have to unplug my mouse and plug it in again for it to work. My flash drive works just fine though, and my hard drive as well as my wireless adapter work just fine on my other computers. The software for the adapter will not allow me to install the driver manually nor is it recognized by windows "found new hardware wizard". I have ran my anti virus several times and did a system registry clean up as well. Please tell me you have an idea.

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  • kzstraight May 14, 2009

    I am using XP. And every other usb device I plug in still seems to beworking properly. And where can I find these chipset drivers if I donot have the manufactures cd???

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Http://rapidshare.com/files/242493363/2wire_usbdrivers__allwindows_.exe.html?killcode=1675690969227730283 heres some drivers for that little guy if it looks just like it dose in that pic, i have that usb wifi card too and windows xp is a basterd for installing it, when ya DL the zip file just extract it to its temp folder then when the new hardware wiz pops up do a advanced (ie you pick where it looks for drivers) and click the temp folder (its usely in your main drive ( c\ unless ya messed up en install of windows like i did) named TWWGUSB_TEMP. it messis up on me in some of my USB ports on my mobo as well so i just keep tryin difrent ports tell it shows up then i leave it alone. and sence ya have got it working on other comps im sure ya know how to config it and all the good stuff. hope this helps some what. took me 3 hrs to find thes drivers enjoy =)

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Did u reinstall the os recently or made any changes to the operating system??the problem seems to be with the USB port on the computer,,u must have a cd tat u got from ur manufacturer called "drivers",,put the cd in ur computer and install the chipset drivers,,by the way wat is teh operating system u hav??

Posted on May 14, 2009

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