Question about Computers & Internet
While working with Wireless, u get BSOD Error...
The BSOD Definately occurs whenever any driver conflicts with its hardware or the system memory.. In ur case, the Driver might be havin some problem for a reason its conflicts with ur memory which shows BSOD.. Thats kinda detail to ur problem.. Now just follow the Solution as i say..Its Very simple
Go to Properties of My Computer
Now go to Device Manager
Select the Tab NETWORK ADAPTERS & expand it..
Now since u've problem with ur wireless router, select ur Wireless Device.
After selecting, make a right click on it & select UNINSTALL
Its just going to remove the hardware from the system. Be sure u dont remove the driver for it..
After uninstalling the Device, if ur computer automatically searches a new device, then its k.. Else Restart the machine
Now after Restart, The Machine says "NEW HARDWARE FOUND"
Let it do its work... Its just fixing ur wireless & installin the drivers..
After its done restart again & now its done...
Hope this works u out..
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Posted on Sep 08, 2009
OMG i have the same problem whenever i take my toshiba to my mates
guy above :)
no, its really wierd ive tried that, nothing works
the first time i took my laptop down to my mates it didnt work so i did some reseach using her comp while i was there, and i went into the boot setting and changed some stuff, then MY DESKTOP came up, but then it turned off after 7 seconds :(
after trying everything i quit, so when i went home it worked again i was so happy again, but the second time i went up there it got the BSOD buttt whenever i switched wireless off it worked,? the first time it had something to do with WZC ? :'( HELP PLZ :)
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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