Question about D-Link DWL-G550 802.11g/b (DWLG550) Wireless Adapter
The memory dump is not actually a error. It is the system making a log of the what is in the memory, at the time of a crash. The actual error was caused by something else. That DLink series of wireless adapter card, and thier drivers, seem to be very problematic. I found a lot of complaints, like this one, about them.
Any driver or device consistantly using 90% of your CPU is a bad investment. I am not a Dlink hater, since I use two Dlink routers.
You can go here, and get the most recent drivers for that adaper, and see if they help.
If the situation continues, and Dlink doesn't put out a fix, you might want to switch to a different brand. One other "fix" I have seen work on several problematic devices like this, is to disable the Dlink Wireless software, just keep the drivers, and use the Windows Wifi interface to control the wireless.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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